India vs Australia 4th test: lucky red handkerchief Shubman Gill | India vs Australia 4th test: this red handkerchief turned out to be lucky for Shubman Gill, know the whole story

Brisbane: Young player Shubman Gill, who made his Test Series debut against Australia, has done wonders. The 21-year-old, who took responsibility for advancing Team India’s innings in the last test, spoiled the line and length of the Australian bowlers.

Gill played a brilliant round

In the fourth and final test, Shubman Gill scored 91 points on 146 balls. Gill missed his century, but the way he hit he started to be compared to the veterans. Gill has scored 259 points in this series.

An exceptional shot from Shubman Gill ends on 91. The elegant drummer misses a ton of tee time. He hit for 146 balls, hit 8×4, 2×6 and shared a 114-point stand with Pujara. #TeamIndia #AUSvIND

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The way Gill played his top bowlers against Australia in a pressure match against Australia, it won’t be repeated that this player will become the big face of the Indian team in times to come.

Gill’s lucky charm

When Gill was hitting in the Brisbane test, he had something that turned out to be extremely lucky for him.

Gill has the red handkerchief … he works like he conjures his

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While he knocked, a red handkerchief was kept in his pocket. It is believed to be very lucky for Shubman Gill in a handkerchief.

Gill is equal to Gavaskar

During a short testing career, Shubman Gill continued to record numerous records. The latest record to be added to Gill’s name is that he became the youngest batsman to score over 50 points in the fourth round of Test Cricket for India.

Gill (Shubman Gill) has scored a brilliant half century and scored 91 points in the fourth Test match played for Australia at Gaba International Stadium in Brisbane.

In doing so, he broke the record of 50-year-old Sunil Gavaskar. Gavaskar scored an unbeaten 67 in his first game against the West Indies at the Port of Spain in 1970–71.

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