Shubman Gill tried to play a scoop like Dilshan, but see what happened, most hilarious dismissals, Watch Video
The Indian team defeated West Indies by 2 wickets in the second match of the ODI series on Sunday to win both the exciting match and the series. In this match, Indian team’s young star Shubman Gill scored 43 runs, but after that the way he lost his wicket, Shubman would like to forget it as soon as possible. Actually, this young opener lost his wicket while trying to play a Dilscoop shot, due to which Gill’s video is now going viral.
Shubman Gill has looked very good while batting in this series. In the first match, the young batsman scored 64 runs, while in the second ODI, Shubman Gill took advantage of his form and contributed 43 runs in 49 balls for the team. In this match, he hit 5 fours, but after being creative, Shubman played a shot that requires a lot of practice to master.
Yes, in the 16th over of the Indian innings, Shubman Gill tried to play ‘Dilscoop’, the famous shot of former Sri Lankan batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan. Kyle Meyers was bowling for the West Indies, on the fourth ball of the over, Shubman Gill got down on his knee and made a position to play a Dilscoop shot. Meyers bowled a length ball on which the batsman played Dilscoop, but during this he hit the ball not over the wicketkeeper for a boundary but directly into the hands of the bowler.
Shubman Gill was playing a good innings, but after getting out like this, the batsman’s mouth was completely lost. The young batsman was very disappointed and that disappointment was clearly visible on his face. Let us tell you that Shubman Gill does not believe in playing too many creative shots, but when he played creative shots, he has to bear the brunt of it too. In such a situation, it is clear that Shubman Gill will have to put in a lot of effort to master Dilscoop.