RR vs KKR: Shubman Gill could not score a half-century in 11th consecutive innings, people said - Exclude from the team

RR vs KKR: Shubman Gill could not score a half-century in 11th consecutive innings, people said – Exclude from the team

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Opener Shubman Gill’s poor performance continues. He has not scored a single half-century in the last 11 innings. After which, the fans on social media are trolling them and asking to be dropped from the team.

 

What played the 18th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). In this match, the Royals performed the ball first and then with the bat, winning the match 6 wickets. Kolkata’s batting was completely a flop in this match.

 

Opener Shubman Gill’s poor performance continues. He has not scored a single half-century in the last 11 innings. After which, the fans on social media are trolling them and asking to be dropped from the team. A user named Abhishek wrote, “KKR has hired Shubman Gill to play dot ball in the team. They only increase the dot ball and reduce the run. ”

One user wrote, “novice players like Shubman Gill and Nitish Rana should remove KKR from the team.” Prasad said, “Gill tries to hide but the ball finds him. Poor fielding. ” One user said, “Test batsman Shubhaman Gill is back, feed him Tests are not useful for T20”.

Let it be the fifth match of both the teams. Before this match, both had won one match each while losing three each. Both had two points on their account. Kolkata was ranked seventh in the eight teams table due to a better net run-rate while Rajasthan was at the bottom, but this win has pushed Rajasthan to sixth place with four points.

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Kolkata, batting first, were able to score 133 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. For Kolkata, Rahul Tripathi scored the highest 34 runs, while 25 runs came off the bat of Dinesh Karthik. Apart from this, Nitish Rana scored 22 runs. Rajasthan achieved the target of 134 runs for four wickets in 18.5 overs. Captain Sanju Samson scored the highest 42 runs while David Miller returned unbeaten on 24 runs. Yashaswi Jaiswal and Shivam Dubey scored 22–22

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