Shubman Gill has his eyes on Sachin’s unbroken record, this world record will be broken in the World Cup –

India’s 24-year-old opening batsman Shubman Gill is in the best form of his career these days. His bat is continuously scoring runs in the ODI format. Meanwhile, the discussion also intensified that young Shubman Gill can break a world record of the greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

spitting fire in 2023 Shubman Gill bat of

Opener Shubman has performed amazingly in the ODI format so far in 2023. During this period, he has scored 1128 runs in 19 matches at an average of 70.37 and strike rate of 104.84. Which includes 4 centuries and five half-centuries including a double century.

Looking at his form in 2023, many cricket experts believe that Gill will break the record of scoring most ODI runs in a calendar year. Actually, Sachin Tendulkar has held these world records for the last 25 years. In fact, at present Gill is 768 runs behind Sachin’s record and India still has about 15 more matches to play this year. In such a situation, if he continues his form, Sachin’s record may be broken.

ALSO READ: Sara Tendulkar is enjoying with mystery man in Kenya after leaving Shubman Gill, photos went viral

Let us tell you that in the year 1998, Sachin Tendulkar scored 1894 runs in 33 innings of 34 matches at an average of 65.31 and strike rate of 102.15. Which included 9 centuries and 7 half-centuries including the highest score of 143 runs.

Legends like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have achieved the feat of scoring 10 thousand runs in ODIs in less innings than Sachin Tendulkar but they have never been able to come close to this record. 2017 was a dream year for Kohli. During this period, he had scored 1460 runs in 26 innings at an average of 76.84 and strike rate of 99.11. Which included 6 centuries and 7 half-centuries.

Apart from this, if we talk about Rohit Sharma, he has scored 1490 runs in 27 innings of 28 matches played in 2019 at an average of 57.30 and strike rate of 89.92. Which included 7 centuries and 6 half-centuries.

ALSO READ: Shubman Gill can leave Gujarat Titans in IPL 2024, there are very big reasons

Leave a Comment