The former was dismissed after GT’s Shubman Gill and PBKS bowler Sandeep Sharma.© BCCI/IPL
Shubman Gill Gujarat Titans’ loss against Punjab Kings at the DY Patil Stadium on Tuesday fell early as he was run out courtesy a spectacular straight hit. Rishi Dhawan, However, he reacted angrily to the bowler, Sandeep Sharma, when he collided with a fast bowler while trying to take a quick single. He was seen chatting with Sharma as well as he left after being dismissed for 9. Gill hit the ball for cover and took it for a quick single, but Dhawan’s precise throw meant he was caught far enough from the crease, especially after the collision slowed him down.
Shubman Gill was run out for 9 runs.#gt Lose your first.
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It was a crucial opening strike for PBKS, with Gill scoring a scintillating 96 in his last encounter.
The 20-year-old hit five fours and a six, scoring his maiden IPL fifty.
The target proved too low to be a challenge for Punjab Kings as they chased it down with four overs and eight wickets to spare.
Shikhar Dhawan Hit a brilliant half-century, scoring an unbeaten 62 off 53 and hitting eight fours and a six.
He was given substantial support by Bhanuka Rajapakse, who scored 40 off 28 and then Liam LivingstoneHe scored an unbeaten 30 off 10 including Mohammed Shami’s 28 in the over, which ended the game.
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