IND vs BAN: India team have started the ICC World Cup 2023 on a high. With three wins out of their three games, they are one of the two teams undefeated so far in the tournament. They would be hoping to continue their winning run as they are now slated to take on Bangladesh. The match will take place in Pune on Thursday (19th October)
IND vs BAN: Shubman Gill is on the verge of breaking all-time record; needs 67 runs to script history
As IND vs BAN is just around the corner, young India batter Shubman Gill is on the verge of scripting history. The opening batter is just a few runs away from becoming the fastest ever to score 2000 runs in the history of the ODIs.
If Shubman Gill scores 67 runs in the next three innings, he will achieve the history. The batter currently has 1933 runs in 36 games so far. He has a staggering average and strike of 64.43 and 103.09. Apart from this, he has 6 centuries and 9 fifties to go with the highest score of 208.
With the kind of form he’s in, it’s fair to say that Shubman Gill can achieve the feat in the upcoming IND vs BAN game. The young batter missed the first two games of the tournament for India because he was tested positive for dengue.
Gill returned to the Indian XI for the IND vs PAK game. Although he managed just 16 runs but it didn’t look like he was out of action. He timed the ball sweetly and made many go gaga. He would be hoping to turn the tides in the IND vs BAN and assert his authority again.
Shubman Gill is currently the leading run-getter in the ODIs this year. He has piled up truckloads of runs. The batter is also on the verge of breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most runs in the calendar year. Gill so far has 1246 runs at an average of around 70.
IND vs BAN: Fastest players to score 2000 runs in ODIs
IND vs BAN: Hashim Amla dons the list of fastest to 2000 runs in ODIs. He achieved the feat in 41 matches and Gill has a great chance to surpass him.
Here’s the complete list of fastest to score 2000 runs in ODIs
|Hashim Amla||South Africa||v India||41|
|Zaheer Abbas||Pakistan||v India||45|
|Kevin Pietersen||England||v West Indies||51|
|Babar Azam||Pakistan||v Hong Kong||47|
|Rassie van der Dussen||South Africa||v Australia||51|
|Jonathan Trott||England||v Australia||49|