Watch: Bowed his head in front of the audience, Shubman Gill celebrated like this after completing century

Shubman Gill century

The first match of the exciting 2-match Test series between Bangladesh and India is being played in Chattogram from 14 December. In which Team India has completely dominated the hosts. India had scored 404 runs while batting first. In response to which Bangladesh got all out only on the score of 150 runs. On the other hand, on the third day of the game, Team India, who came out to bat in the second innings, once again showed tremendous performance with the bat. In which young opener Shubman Gill also scored his first century of Test cricket and celebrated it in a special way. The video related to the celebration is also becoming increasingly viral.

Shubman Gill scored a blistering century

Let us tell you that in the second innings of the first Test match being played against Bangladesh, star opener Shubman Gill has scored the first century of his Test career. After which he is now in the headlines.

Gill has played an amazing inning of 110 runs in 152 balls while batting at a strike rate of 72.37. During this innings, 10 fours and 3 sky-high sixes have also been seen from Shubman’s bat. Significantly, after playing a brilliant innings, Gill was caught out by Mehdi Hasan.

Celebrated his century in this style

Shubman Gill went ahead and completed his century by hitting a four over long on. At the time he played this shot, he was playing on 99 runs. After completing his century, Shubman first took off his helmet, then waved his bat and helmet in the air. After this, he was seen bowing down in a unique way and thanking everyone.

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At the same time, along with the spectators sitting in the stands, the entire Indian dressing room was seen clapping for him. At the same time, the video of his special celebration is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

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