Indian batsman Shubman Gill was seen playing international matches after a long time. He scored 33 runs in the third and final ODI of the series against Australia in Canberra. After this, he shared a picture on social media in which he is seen putting his hand in the pocket. On this, former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh gave him an advice.
Punjab batsman Gill was seen playing international matches after about a year. He hit 3 fours and a six off 39 balls in Canberra. He went on to open in this match and returned lbw. He had earlier played ODI against New Zealand in Wellington in February last year.
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India suffered a series defeat, but won the third ODI by 13 runs. Gill expressed the joy of victory after the match on Instagram and shared some pictures.
Gill, who represents Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL, stands with Virat Kohli in the first picture, while Gill is seen waiting for the third umpire’s decision with teammates in the second photo. In this picture, he is seen standing with his hands in his pocket.
Yuvraj commented on this picture in Punjabi, ‘The batsman was very good with Virat. Maharaj, get your hands out of your pocket, you are playing for India, not for any club. ‘