Shubman Gill Set Play In Rest Of County Season After Good Series In West Indies, Zimbabwe
The stars of the luck of India's talented cricketer Shubman...
The stars of the luck of India’s talented cricketer Shubman Gill are on high. Shubman Gill has been rewarded for his excellent performance in the ODI series against West Indies and Zimbabwe. Shubman Gill will represent Glamorgan for the remainder of the English county season. Apart from Cheteshwar Pujara, many other Indian cricketers are currently playing county cricket in the UK.
Gill had consistently won the Player of the Series award in ODIs against West Indies and Zimbabwe. He has played 11 Tests and nine ODIs for India so far. He has been in excellent form for some time now and has scored a century and three half-centuries in the last six 50-over matches. Shubman Gill is an important part of the Indian Test team. Shubman Gill has now staked his strong claim in the ODI team as well.
According to ESPNcricinfo, Gill will play for the rest of the county season for Glamorgan as per the visa clearance. Glamorgan plays in Division Two of the English county. Pujara (Sussex), Krunal Pandya (injured, Warwickshire), Mohammad Siraj (Warwickshire), Navdeep Sain (Kent), Umesh Yadav (Middlesex), Washington Sundar (injured, Lancashire) all play in first-class and List A competitions. have gone.
Sourav Ganguly has also been a part of this team
Gill will be the third Indian to wear Glamorgan jersey. Prior to him, former Indian head coach Ravi Shastri (1987–1991) and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly (2005) have played for this team. Shubman Gill will be eyeing to grab the attention of the selectors by performing well in county cricket.
However, Shubman Gill will no longer be seen leading India A against New Zealand A due to his participation in the county season. Earlier there were reports that Shubman Gill would lead the team on New Zealand A’s tour of India. However, now the selectors have found a replacement for Shubman Gill.
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