Indian batsman Shubman Gill is constantly breaking records. The Indian opener set a new standard in ODI cricket with his half-century in the third of three ODIs against New Zealand at the Holkar Stadium in Indore.
After New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat, Gill led the new-ball bowlers on the attack, scoring 40 runs in just 8 overs in a 50-over opening stand with captain Rohit Sharma.
Shubman Gill surpassed Virat Kohli’s Indian record for most runs in a three-match bilateral ODI series. To surpass Virat Kohli’s total of 283 runs in the 3-match bilateral series, Gill needs 36 runs.
Gill opened with an aggressive fifty, reaching the mark in just 33 balls as he crossed the 300-run mark in his last three ODI innings. Only during the New Year series against Sri Lanka did Kohli complete the record, scoring two hundreds in three matches (113, 4, and 166).
Gill got off to a quick start and got off the mark in the powerplay. With a brilliant double century to open the ODI series, Gill followed it up with an unbeaten 40 in India’s 8-wicket win in the second game.
Shubman Gill made his debut against New Zealand in 2019:
Shubman Gill made his debut against New Zealand in 2019 but had to sit out a few times before making a remarkable comeback in the Indian ODI team last year.
Shubman Gill toured the West Indies last year and returned with scores of 64, 43 and an unbeaten 98. He followed it up with a brilliant 82 against Zimbabwe before eventually reaching his maiden ODI century.
Shubman Gill made an impressive appearance in 2023. He opened the series with a scintillating 70 against the visiting Sri Lankans and closed it with a brilliant 116. His 208 against New Zealand three days later was a display of his talent and power. To lead the innings in the 50-over format.