IPL 2021: Shubman Gill used to bowl a lot, know Why he quit Bowling
Last year, young batsman Shubman Gill made his mark by scoring 259 runs at an average of 51.8 in three matches of the Test series against Australia. His innings of 91 runs in the final Test of Gabba gave India a historic victory. He did not meet expectations in the Test series against England, but the 21-year-old youngster had shown the world what he could do with the bat. Shubman has shown what he can do with his bat, but do you know that Shubman Gill can show amazing even with the ball.
According to news agency PTI, Shubman Gill has often been seen bowling on the nets of Kolkata Knight Riders. In this season, Shubhaman is considered to be an important player of KKR. He too would definitely want to win the third trophy for his team.
Recently, when Shubman Gill was asked what his plans are as a bowler in the future, he gave a very interesting answer. He said, “I bowled a lot in under-16, under-19, but due to my questionable action, I got warnings many times.” I stopped bowling after the warnings I received in the Under-19s. “Who knows if someday I might bowl again.” Let me tell you that Shubman Gill’s previous season for Kolkata Knight Riders is very It was fantastic. He scored 440 runs in 14 matches. His average was 33.84. This was the fifth best performance in IPL 2020. Kolkata Knight Riders are to start their campaign with Sunrisers Hyderabad on 11 April.
IPL 2021 Kolkata Night Riders full squad: Eoin Morgan (captain), Andre Russell (all-rounder), Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper batsman), Kamlesh Nagerkoti (fast bowler), Kuldeep Yadav (spinner), Lockie Ferguson (fast bowler), Nitish Rana ( Batsman), Famous Krishna (fast bowler), Rinku Singh (batsman), Sandeep Warrier (fast bowler), Shivam Mavi (fast bowler), Shubman Gill (batsman), Sunil Narine (spinner), Pat Cummins (fast bowler), Rahul Tripathi (batsman), Varun Chakraborty (spinner), Ali Khan (fast bowler), Tim Seifert (wicketkeeper batsman), Harbhajan Singh (spinner), Karun Nair (batsman), Pawan Negi (all-rounder), Venkatesh Iyer (all-rounder), Vaibhav Arora (Fast bowler)
Sheldon Jackson (wicketkeeper batsman), Shakib Al Hasan (all-rounder), Ben Cutting (all-rounder).