Shubman Gill became the youngest batter to notch up an ODI double hundred in men’s cricket, laying the platform of India’s 12-run victory over New Zealand with his mesmerizing 149-ball 208 in a high-scoring thriller in Hyderabad. Michael Bracewell helped the Kiwis put up a stunning riposte in the 350-run chase but his career-best 140, and a record 162 partnership with Mitchell Santner from a shaky 131/6, wasn’t adequate enough to take the visitors over the line. On a track where the odd ball was holding and the spinners found a bit of turn, Gill made batting look easy with his authoritative pulls and delectable drives.
SHUBMANGILL Vs LOCKI FERGUSON 🥵❤️🔥🛐
6️⃣.6️⃣.6️⃣ =2️⃣⏺⏺ . ✅#ShubmanGill || #INDvNZ pic.twitter.com/QL45hrxmef
— SHUBMAN 🇮🇳 (@Shubman_X77) January 19, 2023