In the first match against New Zealand, Team India’s opener Shubman Gill worked wonders. He played a memorable 208-run innings in the match played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. In his marathon innings, Shubman Gill hit 19 fours and 9 sixes. Due to this double century by Shubman, India was able to score 349 runs from 8 wickets. During the match on 18 January, the name of Shubman Gill was on the lips of every cricket fan. During this, when he arrived at the field, he saw an interesting sight. He was fielding close to the boundary during the New Zealand innings. Faced with such a situation, some fans raised Sara-Sara slogans, after which Shubman Gill also reacted. This reaction video of him is going pretty viral on social media.
During Wednesday’s game, the crowd got a big kick out of Shubman Gill’s innings. But during this one thing caught everyone’s attention. Gill came to do boundary rope fielding during New Zealand’s innings. In this video that went viral on social media, a section of cricket fans were raising Sara, Sara chants. During this, Shubman simply waved his hand at the audience without saying anything. From his gesture, he seemed like he was asking who everyone was.
Rumor of Shubman Gill’s affair with Sachin Tendulkar’s daughter, Sara Tendulkar, has gone viral. Some time ago there was a rumor that Gill was having an affair with Sara. Not just this, Shubman’s name has also been associated with Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan. However, so far both have turned out to be rumors. Neither Sara Tendulkar nor Sara Ali have given any formal statement on this relationship matter.
Shubman Gill scored a career best 208 in ODIs against New Zealand on 18 January. He completed the double century in 149 balls.
He is the fifth Indian batsman to score a double century in ODI cricket. Before Shubman, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma and Ishaan Kishan have all made the charisma of scoring double centuries in ODIs. Rohit Sharma is the only player in the world to have scored three double centuries in ODIs.