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Shubman Gill hammers 66, Gaekwad contributes 49 as India post 182/4 against Zimbabwe
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Shubman Gill hammers 66, Gaekwad contributes 49 as India post 182/4 against Zimbabwe

| @indiablooms | 10 Jul 2024, 07:13 pm

Indian skipper Shubman Gill hammered a 49-ball 66 runs knock and Ruturaj Gaikwad contributed 49 runs which helped India post a competitive 182 runs for the loss of four wickets in the third T20 match of the series against Zimbabwe on Wednesday.

Yashasvi Jaiswal contributed 36 runs with his willow.

Gill was destructive in his innings when he hit seven boundaries and three sixes and left the opponents unsettled.

Jaiswal joined the party and hit four boundaries and two sixes in his 27-ball knock.

Abhishek Sharma, who scored a sizzling 100 in the second match, fell for 10 in this third game of the series which is being played just days after India won the T20 World Cup.

India, however, has rested nearly all regular players who featured in the marquee tournament and featured young players who are expected to take the charge of the team in future with many senior players retiring after the title triumph.

At the end of the innings, Sanju Samson scored 12 runs in seven balls to provide a finishing touch to India's innings.

Blessing Muzarabani and Sikandar Raza took two wickets each for Zimbabwe.

The series is currently equalled at 1-1.

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