Latest Sports News

Gill shares the same talent: Manjrekar’s epic remark, “Dhoni,” after opener hits 208 in India vs. New Zealand’s first one-day international

During the first one-day international match that took place on Wednesday between India and New Zealand, Sanjay Manjrekar. A former Indian cricketer, paid special tribute to MS Dhoni while praising Shubman Gill’s outstanding batting.

Sanjay Manjrekar, a former Indian cricketer, was awestruck by Shubman Gill’s batting demonstration on Wednesday during the first One Day International (ODI) match between India and New Zealand.

India defeated New Zealand in the series opener at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad with a thrilling victory thanks to Gill’s magnificent knock. Which took the bowlers from New Zealand to the task.

Manjrekar paid special attention to the fit batter, recalling MS Dhoni’s six-hit prowess in one of his most recent tweets.

Manjrekar, a former cricketer for India, opened up. About his initial impression of Dhoni on Twitter during the high-scoring encounter between the 2019 World Cup semifinalists.

In the same tweet, the full-time pundit and former Indian cricketer also made a significant assertion regarding opener Gill. When I first saw Dhoni, I was convinced that he would consistently hit big shots because he mostly hit straight sixes.

The same talent is in Gill. In a tweet, Manjrekar stated, “Keeping our fingers crossed for him.”
Gill became the youngest player in ODI history when he notched a sensational double century.

Extending his streak of free runs. India reached 349/8 with his magnificent 208 from 149 balls. In the same match where Gill scored his first double-century. Indian captain Rohit scored 34 runs off 38 deliveries to finish second.

In his stunning shot, Gill hit a staggering 19 fours and 9 sixes. In the 49th over, he scored his 200th run with a hat trick of sixes.

After Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma. Ishan Kishan, Gill has become the fifth Indian male cricketer to score a double century in an ODI at the age of 23.

The Indian opener also set a record for the highest individual score in an ODI match against New Zealand, surpassing Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.

In India’s thrilling 12-run victory over New Zealand, Gill struck a lightning-fast 208 off 149 balls. At Hyderabad, the Team India opener’s record-breaking double century earned him the accolade of Player of the Match.

Follow Us