Shubman Gill Injury Update: A 5-match test series is being played between India and England. The second match of the series was played at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam. Team India won this match by 106 runs. But during this match, Team India’s star batsman Shubhamal Gill got injured. In such a situation, now a big update has come out on his injury.
Big update on Shubman Gill’s injury
Shubhman Gill suffered an injury on the index finger of his right hand while fielding on the second day of the Visakhapatnam Test match. After this match, Shubman Gill himself gave an update on his injury. Gill, while not giving much importance to the finger injury, said that he has got it scanned which has not revealed anything to worry about and he will be fine in the next few days.
This statement was given after Visakhapatnam test
Shubman Gill told the official broadcaster of the match that he had to go for a scan yesterday to find out the severity of the injury. They wanted to know how much pain there was in my finger and how I was feeling. He said it will get better soon. Earlier on Monday morning, the Indian team management had said in a statement that Shubman Gill had injured the index finger of his right hand while fielding on the second day of the match. He will not take the field today (Monday). A key member of the Indian team in slip fielding, Gill took four catches during England’s first innings.
Scored a brilliant century in the second innings
Shubman Gill scored a century in the second innings of the Visakhapatnam test match. Shubhman Gill had played an innings of 104 runs in 147 balls. During this period he hit 11 fours and 2 sixes. Earlier, he had scored a century against Australia in March 2023. In such a situation, after a long time, a century was seen from his bat in Test format.
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