Please tell that Shubman’s father Lakhwinder Singh comes from a farmer’s family. However, he dreamed of making his son a cricketer and started Shubman’s training at a very young age. With training, Shubham studied from Manav Mangal Smart School, Mohali. Although he continued to climb the stairs of success due to his excellent game, due to which his studies were interrupted, but in many reports it has been said that Shubman has studied till graduation.
Got big recognition at the age of 17
Shubman Gill’s hard work soon paid off and at the age of 17, he was selected in the India Under-19 team. He was then made the vice-captain of the 2018 Under-19 World Cup team. Shubman got a new identity from the Under-19 World Cup itself and he did not look back after that.
making a splash in international cricket
Shubman started making a splash in cricket from a very young age, but now he has made a different identity for himself at the international level as well. Shubman has got a chance to play a total of 13 Tests, 21 ODIs and 6 T20 Internationals for Team India so far. Shubman has scored 736 runs in Test cricket, in which he has also scored 4 half-centuries and 1 century.
Apart from this, Shubman has 1254 runs in ODI cricket. Shubman Gill has scored 4 centuries in this format while he has scored 202 runs in T20.
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