Live cricket winner prediction: Shubman Gill breaks India’s biggest win record

India won another bilateral rubber at home, defeating New Zealand by a record margin and keeping the visitors waiting for their first consecutive victory in India. The Gujarat Titans duo of Shubman Gill (63-126*) and skipper Hardik Pandya (17-30 and 4-16) dominated New Zealand in the deciding sets in a hard-fought series.

Stats highlights from his T20I for his third time in Ahmedabad:

5-Gill became the fifth Indian batsman to complete groups of hundreds in all three formats, after Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli. At 23 years old he was 146 days old, just what Gil achieved in his 2014 he was 22 years old and he was 127 days old Ahmed He became his second youngest player on the team after Shehzad .

His 126* by Gill is India’s highest score in the T20 international, surpassing his 122* by Virat Kohli against Afghanistan in Dubai in last year’s Asian Cup. He is also the youngest Indian batsman to score a T20I century, breaking the record held by Suresh Raina, who was 23 years and 156 days old when he scored 101 in the 2010 World T20.

1-Gill now has his score as a player’s best single against New Zealand in the T20. This beats Richard’s Levi’s undefeated 117 at Hamilton in 2012. Last month, Gill became the first player to score a double century against them in ODI cricket.

10-India has lost 10 times in the first game of bilateral T20I games (minimum 3 games). Despite losing 1–0, it was his seventh victory in the series and the two were in a stalemate (the only loss being his 2019 New Zealand). 168 runs – Highest win percentage in T20I between two full member crews. The biggest leads so far are India’s 143-run victory over Ireland in Dublin in 2018 and Pakistan’s 143-run victory over the West Indies in Karachi in 2018. At the 2007 World T20 in Johannesburg.

66 is New Zealand’s third lowest total in the T20, behind 60 against Sri Lanka at Chattogram in 2014 and Bangladesh at Mirpur in 2021. This is also the team’s lowest total against India in this format. 2 – Number of Indian hitters who outnumbered their opponents in T20Is. Virat Kohli scored his 122* against Afghanistan (111/8) in Dubai last year, while Gill (126*) edged out New Zealand (66) in Ahmedabad.

24 – Ultimately he won 23 in the bilateral series, which India has been playing at home since October 2019. They have won all five Test series, all seven of his ODI series and 11 of his 12 T20 series.

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