Social media reaction on Shubman Gill double century IND Vs NZ 1st ODI

Social media reaction on Shubman Gill’s double century: The first match of the 3 ODI series between India and New Zealand is being played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Team India, who came out to bat first, scored 349 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs. Opener Shubman Gill scored a double century for Team India. This young player played an excellent inning of 208 runs in 149 balls. The Indian opener hit 19 fours and 9 sixes in his innings. In this way, Shubman Gill has become the fifth Indian cricketer to score a double century in ODI cricket. At the same time, veterans are continuously giving their reaction on Shubman Gill’s double century.

Who said what on Shubman Gill’s double century?

Indian cricketer Shreyas Iyer tweeted and congratulated Shubman Gill for his double century. Apart from this, Wasim Jaffer has praised Shubman Gill by tweeting. At the same time, Indian cricketer Krunal Pandya and the Indian Army have reacted to Shubman Gill’s double century by tweeting. However, Indian opener Shubman Gill is trending on social media after his double century. Apart from the veterans on social media, the fans are constantly reacting to the brilliant innings.

New Zealand has a target of 350 runs

On the other hand, talking about this match, Team India, coming out to bat first, scored 349 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs. In this way, New Zealand has got a target of 350 runs to win. Opener Shubman Gill scored a brilliant double century for India. Shubman Gill played an excellent inning of 208 runs in 149 balls. He hit 19 fours and 9 sixes in his innings. Earlier, Indian team captain Rohit Sharma had decided to bat after winning the toss. Team India opener Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill added 60 runs for the first wicket.

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