Shubman Gill once bowled a lot, explained why he left the bowling/IPL 2021 cricket

New Delhi. Young batsman Shubman Gill (Shubman Gill) made his mark by scoring 259 runs in three Test series matches against Australia last year at an average of 51.8. His 91-run innings in Gaba’s final Test gave India a historic victory. He did not live up to expectations in the Test series against England, but the 21-year-old had shown the world what he could do with the bat. Shubman showed what he can do with his bat, but did you know that Shubman Gill can do wonders with the ball as well?

According to news agency PTI, Shubman Gill has often been seen bowling at kolkata knight riders (Kolkata Night Riders) nets. Shubman is considered to be a key KKR player this season. He too must have wanted to win the third trophy for his team.

Recently, when Shubman Gill was asked what he plans as a bowler in the future, he gave a very interesting reply. “I bowled a lot in the Under-16, U-19, but my questionable action gave me warnings many times,” he said. I stopped bowling after the warnings in the U-19.” “Who knows who will be seen bowling again someday,” he said. Shubman Gill’s last season was great for Kolkata Knight Riders. 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 scheduled to start their campaign with Sunrisers Hyderabad on April 11.

IPL 2021 Kolkata Night Riders full squad: Eoin Morgan (captain), Andre Russell (all-rounder), Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper-batsman), Kamlesh Nagarkoti (fast bowler), Kuldeep Yadav (spinner), Lucky Ferguson (fast bowler), Nitish Rana (batsman), famous Krishna (fast bowler), Rinku Singh (batsman), Sandeep Warrior (fast bowler), Shivam Mavi (fast bowler), Shubman Gill (batsman), Sunil Narine (spinner), Pat Cummins (pacer), Rahul Tripathi (batsman), Varun Chakraborty (spinner) , Ali Khan (fast bowler), Tim Sefert (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).


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