Shubhman Gill :

Shubham Gill is an Indian cricket team player, born on 8 September 1999 in Fazilka, Punjab, India. His age is 24 years. His bowling style is right-arm off break, opening with the right hand. Shubham Gill, Punjab’s right-handed top-order batsman, is known for his monumental runs, which is why he was included in the India Under-19 team as the vice-captain. Was the vice-captain for the 2018 World Cup.

At the end of 2017, Shubham Gill also set a first-class record for Punjab in the Ranji tournament with a half-century and aggressive innings of 129 runs.

Gill remained in Rahul Dravid’s plans for the Under-19 World Cup and was ranked above him in the time-group.

In 2014, Gill scored 351 in the Punjab Inter-District Under-16 event. At the Vijay Merchant Jewel, he scored an unbeaten double-barreled century on his debut for Punjab Under-16 in the country.

The latter participated with his hero Virat Kohli while entering the BCCI Awards for the Under-the-Play Cricketer, which he won twice in a row in 2013-14 and 2014-15. When he was named for the public under-19. In the Under 19 platoon, he scored 351 runs in four innings and was Man of the Series during the Youth ODI series against England at home.