After the bad defeat, Shubman Gill expressed his pain and told where the mistake happened

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. Zimbabwe made a big upset by defeating the world champion Indian cricket team. Team India became the world champion just a week ago. Host Zimbabwe has taken the lead in the series by defeating India by 13 runs in the first T20 match. Team India's warriors could not achieve the target of 116 runs. After the defeat, Shubman Gill said that the batting disappointed him. Gill said that he was very disappointed to see the way the batsmen got out.

This is India's third defeat in T20 against Zimbabwe (IND vs ZIM). After the defeat, Shubman Gill said, 'We had lost five wickets by the end of the innings. It would have been better if I had stayed at the crease till the end. I am very disappointed with the way I got out and the way the match progressed. There was some hope for us. But if your number 10 batsman is on the field while chasing a target of 115 runs, then you know that something is wrong.'

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Gill said that the team could not implement its plans. According to Shubman Gill, 'We talked about taking time and enjoying our batting, but it could not happen.' The second T20 match of the series between India and Zimbabwe will be played on the same ground on Sunday.

The young Indian team led by Shubman Gill lost to the less experienced Zimbabwe by 13 runs due to the disappointing performance of the batsmen. Indian bowlers, led by leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi, restricted Zimbabwe to 115 runs for 9 wickets. But the Indian batsmen faced a lot of difficulties on the bouncy pitch and lost four wickets in the powerplay itself. And the entire team was all out for 102 runs in 19.5 overs.

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