Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan are very good friends (PC: Video Screenshot)
New Delhi.Gujarat Titans has reached the final of IPL 2023. In Qualifier 2, Hardik Pandya’s team defeated Mumbai Indians by 62 runs. Gujarat will clash with MS Dhoni’s Chennai on May 28 for the title. Talking about Qualifier 2, the whole of Mumbai alone Shubman Gill Got heavy. Batting first, Gujarat had put up a mountain of 233 runs for 3 wickets in 20 overs. Only Gill’s bat thundered from Gujarat’s side.
He hit 129 runs in 60 balls alone. Apart from Gill, Hardik Pandya hit 43 runs in 31 balls. The Gujarat opener single-handedly ousted Mumbai, the most successful IPL team, out of the tournament. Suryakumar Yadav scored the maximum 61 runs for Mumbai. Gill was the hero of Qualifier 2. They tore apart Mumbai, but after the match, Gill and Ishan Kishan’s amazing camaraderie was shown on the field.
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Ishaan and Gill’s friendship
After writing the story of Mumbai’s defeat, when Gill was busy talking to the players of Mumbai Indians, Ishan slapped Gill in a joking manner. After this both started laughing. Actually, Ishaan and Gill are very good friends and whenever they meet, they often slap each other with love. A few days ago, Mumbai Indians also shared such a video of both of them, where both were seen slapping each other during practice.
Congratulations to the Gujarat Titans, who marched to the #final of the #TATAIPL for the second-consecutive time 🙌
They completed a formidable 62-run win over Mumbai Indians 👏🏻👏🏻#TATAIPL , #Qualifier2 , #GTvMI , @gujarat_titans pic.twitter.com/rmfWU7LJHy
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 26, 2023
care for each other
Even before the qualifier match, both were seen having a lot of fun on the field. Both do not leave any chance to enjoy each other. Both care for each other a lot. during this match Ishan Kishan His eye was hurt, due to which he could not even get down to bat. After the match, Gill was seen looking at his injury.
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