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“The next best score wasn’t even 40,” “Out of this world,” and “Chabuk” are how the Indian team reacted to Shubman Gill’s 200.

In the first ODI against New Zealand in Hyderabad on Wednesday, Shubman Gill became only the fifth Indian player to score 200 runs.

He got the player of the match award for a hit that helped India get to 349 in the first innings. This helped the home team win by 12 runs and earned him the Player of the Match award.

“Surreal. In a BCCI video, India’s all-rounder Hardik Pandya called the innings “one of the best I’ve ever seen.” “It would have been one of the best innings even if he hadn’t gotten a double hundred. He played with such grace, and his shots looked so easy. I don’t get goosebumps, but I did when he got that double hundred.

Virat Kohli, who used to lead India, also had high praise for the 23-year-old.

“I would call it outstanding since the next-best score wasn’t even 40,” Kohli said. “The fact that he got two hundred was a knock at a very high level.” Today, he was in his element, proving why so many people have said good things about him over the years. I hope he keeps this up, and it was great to see him bat today. “It was a very good knock.”

Gill was on India’s U19 World Cup-winning team in 2018, and Gill’s coach, Rahul Dravid, said that the batter was “just reaching his potential” and that “many more” would come.

Suryakumar Yadav, who scored three hundred in T20Is and became only the second Indian player to do so, said that Gill’s innings was “chabuk.”

In his 149-ball inning, Gill hit 19 fours and 9 sixes. It took three consecutive sixes from Lockie Ferguson for him to reach 200.


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