Shubman Gill: Abusive at umpire after dismissal, when Shubman Gill created ruckus

New Delhi: Team India found their new run machine. A few days ago Ishan Kishan scored a double century in ODIs and now Shubman Gill has achieved this feat. In the first ODI against New Zealand in Hyderabad, Gill scored 208 runs off 49 balls including 19 fours and 9 sixes. In this dashing innings, Shubhman showed how patient he is, but there was a time when this patient guy put the gentlemen’s game to shame early in his career.

It was the time of year 2020. Three years ago in January, a match was played between Punjab and Delhi at the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali. This was the fourth round match. Shubman was playing for his home team Punjab, but there was a ruckus when he refused to leave the field after being dismissed on the first day of the match. Actually, Punjab won the toss and batted first in the match. The opening was handled by Gill and Sanveer Singh.

Sanveer walked off in the second over and Shubman Gill was also out soon after. Caught by the keeper behind the wicket, Shubman, unhappy with the umpire’s decision, refused to leave the crease. Shubman refused to leave the ground. Umpire insulted Muhammad Rafi. This was Rafi’s first match as an umpire. After so much pressure, the decision was changed after talking to the leg umpire.

Delhi didn’t like the opposition team overturning the umpire’s decision by putting pressure on them. Bowlers rejected bowlers. The entire team left the field under the leadership of captain Nitish Rana. Finally the match referee P. Ranganathan intervened and restarted the match. By then Shubman Gill team had made its debut in India. He played two matches but could not play a big innings despite giving his life. Then 20-year-old Shubman Gill fell prey to Simarjit Singh. Anuj Rawat’s catch of 23 off 41 balls.

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