The son did Pakistan, the proud mother-father of the widowed wife, said this thing

The son did Pakistan, the proud mother-father of the widowed wife, said this thing

New Delhi: Shubhaman Gill's parents who are sure to give Pakistan's defeat by playing an unbeaten 102 in the semi-final of the Under-19 World Cup semi-finals are very happy. Lakhwinder Singh, father of Shubhaman Gill, India's 'Don Bradman' said, "The phone was talked a day before the semi-final match. The son said that we will easily beat Pakistan, Team India has done this. ' Lakhwinder Singh said that I want my son to continue contributing to Team India's victory. At the same time, mother Kirat Kaur said, "It is a matter of pride for Team India to reach the finals. My son's important contribution in this victory is double the happiness for us. I want him to continue playing such innings for Indian cricket too. " Kirat Kaur also said that the Kolkata Knight Riders team in the IPL is very happy to be selected by the son.

The new 'Don' of cricket - now the turn of kangaroos
India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan by 203 runs in the final of the Under-19 World Cup, where they will face Australia. The final will be played on February 3. Australia defeated Afghanistan by six wickets in the title match. Earlier, batting first, India scored a scintillating 102-run lead with Shubhaman Gill scoring 272 in nine overs in 50 overs. In reply, Pakistan's team was dismissed for 69 in 29.3 overs. Significantly, Shubhaman Gill is being described as Don Bradman of U-19 due to his smoky batting and strong average.

Shubhaman Gill was bought by KKR in 1.80
Gill bought 102 runs from 94 balls in the IPL auction by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 1.8 crore. He scored 86 runs against Bangladesh in the quarter-finals. Now India has scored 341 runs in the tournament.

This is the most shameful defeat in the Under-19 World Cup by the difference of Pakistan runs. For the three-time champion India, fast bowler Ishaan Porrel took four wickets for 17 runs. Spinner Shiva Singh and Ryan Pollock got two wickets each. Pakistan's three wickets fell to 20 runs in the eighth over. Porrel did not let the top three batsmen get a good start by sending the pavilion. Three Pakistan batsmen could reach double digits and Rohit Nazir scored 18 runs.