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Amazing catch of Shubman Gill, remembered the final match of ODI World Cup

Shubman Gill Catch Video on Kuldeep Yadav India vs England Test : The fifth and last match of the Test series being played between India and England has started from today. This match is going on in Dharamshala. Meanwhile, today England captain Ben Stokes won the toss and decided to bat first. Initially it seemed that Stokes’ decision was right, but after captain Rohit Sharma handed over the bowling to the spinners, a lot changed. Meanwhile, Shubman Gill took a brilliant catch on the ball of Kuldeep Yadav. Seeing this also reminded me of the recently played ODI World Cup final.

England got a good start

Actually, after winning the toss, England’s openers Jack Crawley and Ben Duckett came to bat. It was expected that by taking advantage of the morning moisture, Indian fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj could bring some success to India, but it did not happen. Both the openers continued to score runs comfortably. Although Bumrah and Siraj bowled very lethally, the England batsmen were getting beaten but were not out. After this, captain Rohit handed over the bowling to Ravichandran Ashwin, who was playing his 100th Test. On the other hand, Kuldeep Yadav took charge.

Amazing happened in the 18th over of the match

Kuldeep Yadav brought the 18th over of the match. Ben Duckett was in front of Kuldeep on the last ball of this over. Duckett had played some dot balls before this, so was in a hurry to score runs. Duckett played an aggressive shot on Kuldeep’s leg side googly. The ball went into the air on the off-side, where Shubman Gill, running from cover to his right, took a diving catch and took a brilliant catch. Ben Duckett scored 27 runs off 58 balls, which included four fours, before being dismissed.

Travis Head had caught a similar catch of Rohit in the ODI World Cup final.

As soon as Shubman Gill took the catch, the entire Indian team surrounded him and started celebrating. In this way, India got its first success on the ball of Kuldeep Yadav. Before this, you will remember that a similar catch was caught by Australia’s Travis Head in the final of ICC ODI World Cup, on which India’s opener and captain Rohit Sharma was out. Team India, who came to bat first in the match, had received the first blow in the form of Shubman Gill on 30 runs. But from the other end Rohit Sharma was adopting an aggressive stance. He had scored 47 runs on 30 balls. But after this, Rohit again played a big shot on a ball from Glenn Maxwell, which was caught by Travis Head while running long. After this the Indians came under pressure and had to lose the match. That catch was discussed for a long time after the final. Shubman’s catch can also be kept in the same category to a large extent.

England scored 100 runs for 2 wickets till lunch

Meanwhile, if we talk about the match, India has made two changes in its playing eleven in today’s match. Akash Deep has had to sit out due to the return of Jasprit Bumrah, while Rajat Patidar is sitting out due to not being completely fit and Devdutt Padikkal has got a chance to debut. If we talk about England, it has also made a change. Mark Wood has returned in place of Ollie Robinson. By lunch time on the first day, England, batting first, had completed 100 runs at the loss of two wickets. After dismissing Ben Duckett, Kuldeep Yadav made Ollie Pope his second victim. Ollie Pope could score only 11 runs on 24 balls. It remains to be seen how many more runs the team manages to score in its first innings.

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