IND vs NZ: 3 centuries in four innings! Shubman Gill’s bat is on fire, you will not believe seeing the figures

IND vs NZ: In the third ODI being played against India and New Zealand, young opener batsman Shubman Gill scored a century. He scored 112 runs in 78 balls. A total of 13 fours and 5 sixes were included in his innings. During this, his strike rate was 143.59. The third match of the ODI series is being played at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. Gill had also appeared in excellent form in the previous match, where he scored an unbeaten 40 off 53 balls with the help of 6 fours. 

In the second match of the ODI series, the New Zealand team scored just 108 runs while batting first. Chasing the runs, the Indian team achieved the target in 20.1 overs at the loss of 2 wickets. Due to the low target, Gill failed to score big. At the same time, in the first match of the series, he scored a double century. In that innings, he scored 208 runs in 149 balls. Gill’s innings included a total of 19 fours and 9 sixes and now once again he has scored a century in this series. 

Earlier, in the last match of the ODI series played against Sri Lanka, his bat also scored a century. In that match, he played an inning of 116 runs in 97 balls. Gill has scored 3 centuries in his last four innings. Apart from this, if we look at his last 10 innings, he has scored 3 centuries and 2 half-centuries. 

Rohit Sharma also ended the drought of centuries

In this match, Rohit Sharma also ended the drought of his centuries. He scored a century after 16 months. Captain Rohit Sharma played an inning of 101 runs in 85 balls in this match. His innings included a total of 9 fours and 6 sixes. 

Shubman Gill’s last 10 innings

78 balls 112 runs.

149 balls 208 runs.

97 balls 116 runs.

12 balls 21 runs.

60 balls 70 runs.

22 balls 13 runs. 

42 balls 45 runs.

65 balls 50 runs.

57 balls 49 runs. 

26 balls 28 runs.

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