Shubman Gill has played two vital knocks in the series against West Indies so far but left a bit to be desired on both occasions. While his innings of 64(43) in the first ODI was nipped in the bud due to a casual run-out, his 43(49) in the second game fizzled out with a scoop which he weirdly miscued to the bowler. Ahead of the third and final ODI against the West Indies, Gill conceded that he was feeling “angry” with himself for not converting his starts into notworthy scores for India. His best ODI score remains 64.
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