New Delhi: India has won the third and decisive match of the T20 series by defeating New Zealand. In this match played in Ahmedabad, Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 126 runs. With this, he scored his first century in T20 International. With this victory by 168 runs, India has also captured the series.
Batting first, Team India scored a mammoth score of 234 runs in the allotted 20 overs. India's opening batsman Shubman Gill, who came to start the innings for Team India, scored an inning of 126 runs in 63 balls. He was a flop in his first 2 matches. Shubman made many records with this inning. With this century, Shubman has become the youngest batsman to score a century in all formats. Shubman is now the youngest Indian batsman to score a century in T20 matches. His name has been recorded for scoring the most runs in a T20 match for India. Apart from this, Shubman is the youngest batsman to score 200 runs in ODI matches.
With this, Gill has become the 7th batsman for India to score a century in T20 Internationals. Before him, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, and Deepak Hooda have scored centuries in T20 matches for India. Gill has become the fifth batsman from India to score a century in all three formats. Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Virat Kohli have done this before him. Shubman has scored his fourth international century in the last 17 days. Before this, Shubman scored 3 centuries in the ODI format. He also has a double century.
Chasing 235, New Zealand got off to a bad start. New Zealand's opening 4 batsmen could not even cross the figure of 5 runs. The entire team collapsed with a score of 66. New Zealand's batsmen could play only 12.1 overs. Derry Mitchell fought for New Zealand, but victory was far away from him. Mitchell scored 35 runs in 25 balls.
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