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Shubman Gill
Gill in 2023
Personal information
Full name
Shubman Gill
Born (1999-09-08) 8 September 1999 (age 24)
Fazilka, Punjab, India
Height6 ft 1 in (185cm)
BowlingRight-arm off break
RoleTop-order batter
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 297)26 December 2020 v Australia
Last Test7 March 2024 v England
ODI debut (cap 227)31 January 2019 v New Zealand
Last ODI19 November 2023 v Australia
ODI shirt no.77
T20I debut (cap 101)3 January 2023 v Sri Lanka
Last T20I14 December 2023 v South Africa
T20I shirt no.77
Domestic team information
2018–2021Kolkata Knight Riders
2022–presentGujarat Titans
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 25 44 52 99
Runs scored 1,492 2,271 4,034 4,535
Batting average 35.52 61.37 49.80 53.35
100s/50s 4/6 6/13 12/18 12/24
Top score 128 208 268 208
Catches/stumpings 21/– 30/– 38/– 56/–
Medal record
Men's Cricket
Representing  India
ICC Cricket World Cup
Runner-up 2023 India
ICC World Test Championship
Runner-up 2019–2021
Runner-up 2021–2023
ACC Asia Cup
Winner 2023 Pakistan-Sri Lanka
ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup
Winner 2018 New Zealand
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 14 March 2024

Shubman Gill (born 8 September 1999) is an Indian international cricketer who represents the Indian cricket team across all three formats. He is the captain of the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League and plays for Punjab in domestic cricket. He is widely considered as one of the best batsmen in contemporary world cricket.[1] Gill served as the vice-captain of the Indian Under-19 cricket team in the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup and won Player of the Tournament award.[2] A right-handed opening batsman, Gill holds the record for youngest cricketer to score a double century in One Day International cricket and the highest T20I score by an individual for the Indian team.[3] He also holds the record for the fastest player to score 2000 runs in ODIs (38 innings).[4]

He made his List-A debut against Vidharbha in 2017 and first-class debut for Punjab against Bengal in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy, in late 2017, with a half-century in the game,[5] and 129 runs in the last match against Services.[6] He made his international debut for the Indian cricket team in January 2019.[7]

He was drafted into India's Under-19 side as the vice-captain for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Shubman scored 372 runs at an average of 124.00 at the tournament, where he batted at number three to play a crucial role in India's record fourth world title and was adjudged the edition's Player of the Tournament.[8] His match-winning 102 not out in the semi-final against arch-rivals Pakistan U-19 drew praises from batting greats such as Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, and Sourav Ganguly.[9][10]

In 2022, Gill was part of the IPL championship winning Gujarat Titans team. Gill would go on to win the 2023 IPL Orange Cap, scoring 890 runs, the second highest total in IPL history, including three centuries. Gill scored 129 in the IPL Qualifies 2, the highest individual score in IPL Playoffs history. Gill was appointed as the captain of Gujarat Titans ahead of IPL 2024 after Hardik Pandya was traded to Mumbai Indians.

Early life

Gill was born on 8 September 1999 into a Punjabi Sikh family in Fazilka, Punjab.[11][12] His father, Lakhwinder Singh, is an agriculturist who aspired to become a cricketer. He has a twin sister named Shahneel Gill.[13] Gill showed early promise in cricket, starting to pick up a bat at the age of three. Seeing his interest in the game, Lakhwinder decided to train him, and he used to bowl 500 to 700 balls every day to him.[14] In 2007, he moved the family to Mohali, near the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, so that Gill could train at a higher level.[15][16] Former Indian bowler Karsan Ghavri, impressed by Gill's performance, asked his father to send him to the Under-19 all India pace bowlers' camp when Gill was twelve years old. Gill faced U-19 bowlers in the nets, and Ghavri, seeing Gill play, asked PCA to put him into Punjab's U-14 team.[17] During an Inter-District Under-16 match against Amritsar, Gill, playing for Mohali, scored 351 runs and shared a record opening stand of 587 runs with Nirmal Singh. At the age of 14, he scored a double-century on his Under-16 debut for Punjab in the Vijay Merchant Trophy.[18][19]

Domestic career

Gill made his List A debut for Punjab in the 2016–17 Vijay Hazare Trophy on 25 February 2017 against Vidharbha, during which he scored 11 runs before being run out.[20] In his second match against Assam, he scored his maiden List A century, scoring 121 runs off 129 balls.[21] His first-class debut came against Bengal in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy on 17 November 2017.[22] Later in the same month, in his second first-class match, he scored his maiden century while batting for Punjab against Services. He scored 129 runs off 142 balls.[23]

In October 2018, Gill was named in India C's squad for the 2018–19 Deodhar Trophy.[24] In the final round-robin match against India A, he scored an unbeaten century, helping send India C through to the final.[25] The following month, he was named as one of the eight players to watch ahead of the 2018–19 Ranji Trophy by ESPNcricinfo.[26] In December 2018, during the match against Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy, Gill scored his maiden double century in first-class cricket, scoring 268 runs.[27] On 25 December 2018, on the fourth day of the match against Hyderabad in the Ranji Trophy, with Punjab needing 338 runs from 57 overs, Gill scored 148 off 154 balls, almost single-handedly taking his side to victory. The match finished as a draw, with Punjab ending the run chase at 324/8 in 57 overs.[28] In the match against Bengal, Gill surpassed 1,000 runs in first-class cricket in his fifteenth innings.[29] He was the leading run-scorer for Punjab in the 2018–19 Ranji Trophy, with 728 runs in five matches.[30]

In August 2019, Gill was named as the captain of the India Blue team for the 2019–20 Duleep Trophy.[31] In October 2019, he was selected as the captain of the India C team for the 2019–20 Deodhar Trophy.[32] In November 2019, he became the youngest cricketer to lead a side in the tournament. He was 20 years and 57 days old, beating Virat Kohli's record, who was 21 years 124 days old during the 2009–10 tournament.[33]

In September 2022, Gill was signed up by Glamorgan as their overseas player for the remainder of the 2022 County Championship season.[34] He debuted at the Sophia ground against Worcestershire.[35]

International career

In December 2016, Gill was part of the Indian U-19 team for the 2016 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup, where he emerged as the second-highest run-scorer of the tournament, behind teammate Himanshu Rana.[36] India won the tournament by defeating Sri Lanka U-19 in the final, with Gill scoring 70 runs off 92 balls.[37] In February 2017, he played a key role in the team's series win against England U-19.[38][39] In December 2017, he was named vice captain of India's squad for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[40][41] He had a successful tournament, leading the team in runs scored with 372 runs and was also named the player of the tournament.[42][43] Following India's matches in the tournament, the International Cricket Council (ICC) named Gill as the rising star of the squad.[44]

In January 2019, Gill was selected for India's squad for the limited-overs series against New Zealand.[45] On 31 January 2019, he made his One Day International (ODI) debut for India, playing in the fourth ODI match of the series against New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton.[46] In August 2019, Gill set a record as the youngest Indian batsman to score a double century in a first-class match.[47] At the age of 19 years and 334 days, he scored 204 runs for India A against West Indies A at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad and Tobago.[48] The following month, he was selected in India's Test squad for their series against South Africa, but did not play.[49] In December 2019, Gill was named as the captain of India A squad for their tour of New Zealand.[50] In February 2020, he was once again named in India's Test squad, this time for their series against New Zealand.[51]

Gill made his Test debut for India on 26 December 2020 in the 2020 Border–Gavaskar Trophy, contributing to India's comeback win in the second match of the series.[52][53] In the fourth Test at the Gabba, he scored 91 runs off 146 balls, playing a crucial role in India's series win.[54] On 22 August 2022, during the third match of the ODI series against Zimbabwe, Gill scored his first ODI century for the Indian national team.[55] On 16 December 2022, in the match against Bangladesh, he scored his first Test century, tallying 110 runs.[56]

Gill made his Twenty20 International debut on 3 January 2023, against Sri Lanka. He scored seven runs from five balls in that match.[57] On 18 January 2023, against New Zealand, Gill scored a double century.[58] He became 5th Indian batsman to hit a double century in ODI's, and he is currently the youngest batsman to score a double century in ODI's in men's international cricket .[59][3]

On 1 February 2023, Gill scored his maiden T20I century against New Zealand. He became the 5th Indian batsman to score a century in all formats of international cricket. He now also holds the record for the highest individual score by an Indian batsman in men's T20I, scoring 126 runs off 63 deliveries.[60] Playing against New Zealand in the 2023 Cricket World Cup, Gill reached the milestone of 2,000 ODI runs in his 38th innings to set a world record for scoring 2,000 in lowest number of innings. The previous record was 40 innings by Hashim Amla of South Africa.[61]

Indian Premier League

2018–2021: Kolkata Knight Riders

Representing KKR
Indian Premier League
Runner-up 2021

In January 2018, he was bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders for 1.8 crore (US$230,000) in the 2018 IPL auction.[62][63] He made his Twenty20 debut for Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2018 Indian Premier League on 14 April 2018.[64] Gill scored 203 runs in the 2018 season as KKR would finish third, losing in Qualifier 2 against Sunrisers Hyderabad.[65]

In March 2019, he was named as one of eight players to watch by the International Cricket Council (ICC) ahead of the 2019 Indian Premier League tournament.[66] Gill scored 296 runs in the 2019 season as KKR finished fifth. He also won the Emerging Player of the tournament award in the 2019 Indian Premier League.[67]

In 2020, Gill would score 440 runs, making him the highest scoring player for KKR that season. The team would however finish fifth once again.[68]

During the 2021 edition of the IPL, Gill scored 478, being KKR's highest scorer once again. KKR would reach the final where Gill would score a half-century, however, the team would ultimately lose to CSK, coming second.[69] After the announcement of two new teams entering the league, each team was allowed to retain up to 4 players but Gill was not retained.[70]

2022–present: Gujarat Titans

Representing GT
Indian Premier League
Winner 2022
Runner-up 2023

Ahead of the 2022 IPL auction, Gill was drafted by the newly formed Gujarat Titans franchise for 8 crore (equivalent to 8.5 crore or US$1.1 million in 2023).[71] Gill would score 483 runs in 2022, and the Titans would defeat Rajasthan Royals to win the 2022 IPL in their inaugural year.[72]

In the 2023 season, Gill would score 890 runs, becoming the second highest run scorer ever in a single IPL season and winning the orange cap.[73] Gill became the fourth man to score back to back centuries, 101 against the SRH and 104* against RCB.[74] In Qualifier 2 versus MI, Gill achieved the season's highest individual score of 129 off 60 balls and the record of highest ever score in an IPL playoffs match and second most centuries in an IPL season at 3.[75] While Gill would play in his third consecutive final, the Titans would lose to the Chennai Super Kings.[76]

International centuries

Gill has made 11 international centuries- 4 in Test cricket, 6 in One Day International (ODI) and 1 in Twenty20 international (T20I).

Test centuries

No. Runs Against Pos. Inn. Test Venue H/A Date Result
1 110  Bangladesh 1 3 1/2 Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram Away 14 December 2022 Won
2 128  Australia 1 2 4/4 Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 9 March 2023 Draw
3 104  England 3 2 2/5 ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vishakapatnam Home 4 February 2024 Won
4 110  England 3 2 5/5 HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala Home 8 March 2024 Won

ODI centuries

No. Runs Against Pos. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result
1 130  Zimbabwe 3 134.02 Harare Sports Club, Zimbabwe Away 22 August 2022 Won
2 116  Sri Lanka 1 119.58 Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram Home 15 January 2023 Won
3 208  New Zealand 1 139.59 Rajiv Gandhi International cricket Stadium, Hyderabad 18 January 2023 Won
4 112  New Zealand 1 143.58 Holkar Stadium, Indore 24 January 2023 Won
5 121  Bangladesh 1 90.98 R. Premadasa Stadium,Colombo Neutral 15 September 2023 Lost
6 104  Australia 1 107.22 Holkar Stadium, Indore Home 24 September 2023 Won

T20I centuries

No. Runs Against Pos. S/R Venue H/A/N Date Result
1 126  New Zealand 2 200 Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad Home 1 February 2023 Won


Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2023 Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Pavitr "Pav" Prabhakar / Spider-Man India Hindi, Punjabi dub; voice role [77]


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