Mumbai Indians had to bear the brunt of poor fielding! (PC-IPL T20)
New Delhi, In the second qualifier match against Mumbai Indians, Gujarat Titans did wonders. Gujarat scored 233 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs. Biggest hand in taking Gujarat till here Shubman Gill Ka remained who played an inning of 129 runs in just 60 balls. By the way, during Gujarat’s innings, such a mistake was made by Mumbai, due to which they were fined 99 runs. Let us tell you what is the matter?
Actually, this penalty has been imposed on Mumbai Indians because of his dropping the catch. It is being talked about in the sixth over when Mumbai player Tim David dropped the catch of Shubman Gill. Shubman played a shot at mid-on off Jordan’s ball and David missed the catch. At that time Shubman Gill was on 30 runs.
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Shubman Gill scored 99 runs after missing the catch.
This mistake of Tim David gave a big blow to Mumbai. As soon as Gill got the opportunity, he did not look back after this. This right-handed batsman scored 99 more runs after missing the catch. When Gill’s catch was missed, he was playing 30 runs in 20 balls, but after that he scored 99 runs in the next 40 balls.
Tim David just Drop IPL trophy 🏆🏆 for MI GT will score 220 + Match is over Better luck next year
CSK vs GT final loading pic.twitter.com/Yk6p5Iq1sH
— Masooq Jeffrey (@jeffrey_masooq) May 26, 2023
Gill won hearts again
Gill really created mutiny in Ahmedabad. This right-handed batsman hit a century in just 49 balls. Please tell that the third century of this tournament came out from Shubman Gill. This player completed his fifty against Mumbai in 32 balls but he hit the next 50 in just 17 balls. Gill continued the stormy batting even after the century and this player hit a total of 10 sixes, 7 fours.
Shubman Gill is putting on a show once again with his supreme batting 💥#TATAIPL , #Qualifier2 , #GTvMI , @ShubmanGill pic.twitter.com/aE8nEZxI19
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 26, 2023
Gill sure to win Orange Cap
Shubman Gill not only broke many records on the basis of his best century, but also now orange cap You have become ahead in the race to win. Or simply say that this season’s orange cap is now adorned on Gill’s head. Shubman Gill has scored 851 runs in 16 matches this season at an average of over 60. Gill has scored three centuries which have come in the last four innings only. Gill’s strike rate is more than 156.
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