Shubman Gill India vs New Zealand: Indian team’s star young opener Shubman Gill played a stormy innings and scored a double century in ODIs. Due to his innings, Team India defeated New Zealand by 12 runs in the first match of the three-match ODI series. Gill was chosen as the player of the match in Hyderabad ODI.
After scoring a double century, Gill was everywhere from social media to the sports world. But in the meantime, one such video of Gill also went viral, in which fans can be heard raising slogans of ‘Sara-Sara’. But tell here that this video is from the last Sri Lanka series.
Video of last Sri Lanka series now viral
This video of Gill has now come to the fore, when he scored a double century in ODI cricket. In this viral video on Instagram, it can be clearly seen that Shubman Gill is seen fielding at the boundary. While in the meantime, the fans sitting in the stands are raising slogans of ‘Sara-Sara’. This Gill did not give any response.
Now there is confusion for the fans that who is this Sara? Are we talking about Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan or are the fans talking about Sachin Tendulkar’s daughter Sara Tendulkar? This confusion is also because Shubman Gill’s name has been associated with both these Saras on different occasions. But Gill was also captured several times with Sara Ali Khan.
Confused fans on social media
Some such videos and photos have also gone viral on social media, in which Shubman Gill and Sara Ali Khan have appeared together. The video of a flight also went viral, in which both were seen together. Gill and Sara Ali Khan also appeared together in the video of the airport.
In this way Team India won the match by 12 runs.
The match was very exciting, in which Team India scored 349 runs for 8 wickets while batting first after winning the toss. Shubman Gill played an inning of 208 runs. Apart from his double century, no Indian batsman could even reach 50 runs. Rohit Sharma scored 34 and Suryakumar Yadav scored 31 runs.
For New Zealand, Daryl Mitchell and Henry Shipley got two wickets each. In response to the target of 350 runs, the New Zealand team was reduced to 337 runs in 49.2 overs. Michael Bracewell played an innings of 140 runs, but he could not win his New Zealand.