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Gill da matter hai… Shubman’s another century, reached equal to Babar in this record

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Gill da matter hai... Shubman's another century, reached equal to Babar in this record

Team India’s young opener Shubman Gill has become the new run machine of Indian cricket. In the ongoing ODI series against New Zealand, Shubman has scored a mountain of runs, first a double century, now by scoring another century, Shubman Gill has made many records in his name by raining runs. It is clear that in this year of ODI World Cup, Shubman Gill has proved to be the best batsman so far.

In the third ODI against New Zealand in Indore on Tuesday, Shubman Gill scored another century, this being the fourth century of his career. Shubman played an inning of 112 runs in just 78 balls in the third ODI, which included 13 fours and 5 sixes. Shubman Gill’s bat yielded runs at a strike rate of 143.

Shubman Gill in the series against New Zealand
• 1st ODI – 208 runs
• 2nd ODI – 40 runs*
• Third ODI – 112 runs

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Shubman Gill scored 360 runs in 3 innings of 3 matches in this series, during which his average was 180. Shubman Gill scored 2 centuries and during this he also scored 38 fours and 14 sixes. Shubman Gill has equaled the record of Pakistani captain Babar Azam in terms of most runs by any batsman in a bilateral series of 3 ODIs.

Most runs in 3 match bilateral series
• 360, Babar Azam vs West Indies, 2016
• 360, Shubman Gill vs New Zealand, 2023
• 349, Imrul Kayes vs Zimbabwe 2018

Shubman Gill’s ODI record
• 21 matches, 21 innings, 1254 runs
• 73.76 average, 4 centuries, 5 fifties
• 142 fours, 27 sixes

Dil Da Mamla Hai is a very famous song by famous Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan. Looking at this ODI series, it can be said that Gill is the case.