Shubman Gill

The 19-year old Shubman Gill came under the radar in a big way during the 2018 U-19 World Cup, where he went on to score 418 runs at an average of 104.50, including a century against Pakistan. Gill, who was Prithvi Shaw's deputy in the tournament, came down to bat at the no. 3 position and performed consistently throughout the series, helping India lift its records fourth world title. His performance saw him being sold for Rs 1.8 crore to

Kolkata Knight Riders. The Punjab batsman made his List A debut in the 2016-17 Vijay Hazare Trophy. He made his first-class cricket debut in the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy against Bengal. In 2013-14 and 2014-15, Gill was awarded by Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) as the Best Junior Cricketer for two consecutive years.

Shubman Gill News

Shubman Gill: On Rahul Dravid's tips, Virat Kohli-like cover drive and Yuvraj Singh's life coaching

The youngster spoke about handling the limelight, the comparisons, "that cover drive" where he looks like Kohli and pro-tips from the likes of Dravid and Yuvraj in dealing with the hype surrounding him.

Shubman Gill becomes youngest to score double ton for Indian representative side

Gill scored an unbeaten 204 runs from 250 deliveries including 19 fours and two sixes at an impressive strike rate of 81.60. After the top-order collapse, Gill made sure that he makes up for the golden duck in the first innings.

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Sourav Ganguly surprised that Ajinkya Rahane, Shubman Gill not picked for ODI squad

The former Indian captain also questioned why selectors weren't picking more players who would play all three formats of the game during the West Indies tour.

Shubman Gill 'disappointed not to get picked' in India's squad for West Indies tour

Gill was the Player of the Series in the recently concluded unofficial ODI series between India A and West Indies A, where he finished as the highest run-getter with 218 runs at an average of 54.50.

Ruturaj Gaikwad to Navdeep Saini, the standout performers in India A vs West Indies A series

India A's tour of West Indies threw up multiple eye-catching performances. The Manish Pandey-led India A side emerged victorious as they won the five-match series 4-1.

Fans question Shubman Gill's omission after 19-year old left out of India squad

Shubman Gill has been in good form, hitting two half-centuries in the ongoing India A's tour of West Indies. The 19-year-old has scored 149 runs from three innings at an average of 49.67 in the five-match series so far. 

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IPL 2019: Mixed season, didn't pay off whenever I tried to do extra, says Shubman Gill

19-year-old Shubman Gill, who played for the Kolkata Knight Riders, scored 296 runs in 14 matches, with 76 as his highest score. Gill has made his ODI debut for India against New Zealand and he is looking forward to score for India A, and again grab a berth in the Indian team.

KKR vs MI: Shubman Gill happy to bat anywhere after second IPL 2019 fifty as opener

Shubman Gill, who batted at No. 3 in his debut series for India vs New Zealand in ODIs earlier this year, played in various positions, including at No. 7, in a couple of matches.

Rahul Dravid: The man the boys trust

Rahul Dravid is shepherding the next wave of cricketers who will form the crux of the national team. Following him like the Pied Piper of Hamelin, the wards — whose life, Dravid has helped guide onto the right track — pen their testimonials.

One-day series won, tests begin for India

Focus on Shubman Gill as the visitors look to assess their bench strength; New Zealand hope to find a way out of mire.

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