Shubman Gill is an Indian international cricketer who plays for India in International Cricket, Punjab in domestic cricket, and for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League. Generally, he plays as a right-handed opening batsman and right arm off break is his bowling style. In the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy, he played his first-class match for Punjab against Bengal, in late 2017, with a half-century in the match, and 129 runs in the next match. He played his international match for the Indian National Cricket team in January 2019.
Shubman was prepared for India’s Under-19 team as the vice-captain for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Shubman made 372 runs at an average of 124.00 at the tournament, where he batted at No.3 to play a valuable role in India’s record 4th world title and was determined as the session’s Player of the Tournament. Shubman’ss match-winning 102 not out in the semi-final against arch-rivals Pakistan U-19 drew congratulations from batting supersizes such as Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, and Sourav Ganguly.
The Early Life of Shubman Gill:
Shubman Gill was born on 8 September in Fazilka, Punjab, India. His parents owned agricultural lands there. His father, Lakhwinder Singh, is an agriculturist and Kirat Gill is his mother. He desired to become a cricket player but could not fulfill his dream. Instead, he decided to make Shubman an upstanding cricketer. He noticed his son’s cricketing quality at an early age and welcomed the chance to modify his cricketing ability. Shubman’s father asked the hired help on the farm to throw balls at Shubman to help him practice batting. Gill’s father was confirmed of his talent, and transferred the family to Mohali, and rented a house near the PCA Stadium.