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Shubman Gill becomes the youngest player in history to register a century in all the 3 formats

Shubman Gill completed his maiden T20I hundred off 54 balls against New Zealand in the last game of the series at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

If this wasn’t enough, Shubman Gill added another feather to his cap as he leapfrogged Virat Kohli to have the highest score by an Indian in T20Is. The former India captain scored an excellent 122 off 61 balls against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup in September last year.

He hit 10 fours and 5 sixes to reach three-digit score. The 23-year-old became the youngest player to register a hundred across formats.

Overall, he scored an unbeaten 126 off 63, with the help of 12 fours and 7 sixes. The Men in Blue accumulated 234/4 in 20 overs.Gill and Hardik Pandya added more than 100 runs with captain smashing 30 off 17 balls. Apart from them, Rahul Tripathi amassed 44 off 22 balls.

With Gill making history in Ahmedabad, netizens hailed him on social media. Some fans went as far as to say that he’s the future of Indian cricket, while others compared him with the talismanic Virat Kohli.

Twitter goes wild as Shubman Gill scripts huge T20I world record

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