Gill breaks Virat Kohli’s Record in IPL 2024 and is now the fastest Indian to complete a century of matches.

On April 24, Gujarat Titans captain Shubman Gill made history as the second-youngest and fastest Indian to reach 100 matches in the Indian Premier League.
Gill surpasses Virat Kohli to become the youngest Indian to play 100 IPL games, but not on this. While playing against the Delhi Capitals, led by Rishabh Pant, in the ongoing IPL 2024 at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, the Indian opener accomplished this achievement.
After completing the task swiftly, Gill becomes one of the select group of IPL captains, along with Hardik, Shreyas Iyer, Sanju Samson, and Pant.

Gill in the IPL 2024

With a strike rate of 146.79 and an average of 42.57 through 9 matches, Gill has amassed 298 runs this season in the IPL. In addition, he has two half-centuries to his credit; his best is an undefeated 89.

Gill in the IPL competition: Shubman Gill has amassed 3,094 runs at a strike rate of 135.14 and an average of 38.12 in 100 IPL games. In addition, he has amassed twenty half-centuries and three centuries. His best score to far is an undefeated 129 against the Mumbai Indians in Ahmedabad last year.

He was signed by Gujarat Titans after being released by Kolkata Knight Riders prior to the 2022 Indian Premier League. Hardik Pandya was appointed captain of the GT, however, following his trade to the Mumbai Indians ahead of the 2024 IPL season.
GT finished sixth under his command, winning just four of the eight games they participated in. -1.055 is GT’s net run rate.

IPL 2024 match between DC and GT: Delhi Capitals lost four wickets while batting first and amassed 224 runs. Axar Patel smashed 66 runs in 43 deliveries, while captain Rishabh Pant scored an undefeated 88 runs in 43 innings.

GT lost Gill, who only managed six runs, while chasing 225 runs. At present, the Titans, led by Wriddhiman Saha and Sai Sudharsan, are on a 79-point lead after 8 overs. To win the game, Gujarat Titans must score 146 runs in 72 balls.

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