IND vs NZ | Twitter reacts to Shubman Gill playing two cents in India’s 12-point win

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India started the ODI series against New Zealand on a high note as they defeated the visitors by 12 runs after scoring 350 for the opposition. Shubman Gill played a sensational knock of 208 runs off 149 balls and was the key to the win.

After beating Sri Lanka by a clean sheet last time out, India began their three-match series against New Zealand by defeating the visitors in the first ODI in Hyderabad on Wednesday. Shubman Gill was the star of the show for the hosts as he played 208 runs off 149 interlaced balls with 19 fours and nine sixes. His excellent innings helped India post a total of 349/8, which allowed them to put pressure on the opposition from the start of the second set.

The men in blue reduced the hosts to 110/5 without too much ceremony and the game looked a foregone conclusion in the very early stages of the chase. However, Michael Bracewell defied all odds and played a trick century to bring the Kiwis closer to victory. Centurion entered 162 race partnerships Mitchell Santner for the seventh wicket, but the knock was in vain as he finished 140 off 78 deliveries, 12 short of the total. Mohammed Siraj continued his hot form by taking four wickets in the match Shardul Thakur and Laughing Yadav the scalps of each have several flaps

Gentlemen do it again for India!

Shardul is the magic that finally comes!

Decisive victory!

Say it again!!! Say it again!!! LORD SHARDUL THAKUR ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

A mini heart attack until Bracewell arrives!

Very interesting!

No chance! Lord is on his to-do list!

Great player of the game!

Big win!

Yes! They did it. we were doing. ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿคธ

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