In the third and final ODI against the West Indies, Team India won the toss and was elected to bat. There is one change in the Indian team. Prasidh Krishna replaced the unstable Avesh Khan in the team. After winning the toss and choosing to bat, India got off to a good start. In the meantime, Shubman Gill hit a 104 meter six against Hayden Walsh.
In the 14th over, Shubman Gill hit a huge six that thrilled the audience. Hayden Walsh came in to bowl the 14th over. The first ball of the over was Davan singled and Gill was on strike. Walsh bowled the second ball to Gill, came out in the crease and hit a monster six. The ball traveled 104 meters and fell outside the stadium.
Gill’s 104-meter six went away and lost the ball. The on-field umpires took the new ball and restarted the game. Shubman Gill is in great form in this ODI series so far. Gill scored a half-century in the 3rd ODI too.
That’s out of the park! pic.twitter.com/oITuoQFj3s
— gautam (@itsgautamm) July 27, 2022
50 up for @ShubmanGill as well! Another promising start, can he rack up a 100 this time? We’ll find out soon.
— FanCode (@FanCode) July 27, 2022
If we talk about the current game, Team India has scored 115 runs for losing one wicket. Gill with 51* runs and Shreyesh Iyer with 2* runs are in the crease. Shikhar Dhawan, who scored 58 runs off 74 balls and was dismissed by Walsh. The match has now been suspended due to rain.