Shubman Gill joins Tendulkar, Gavaskar, Sehwag in unique list after unbeaten 98 in India vs West Indies 3rd ODI
Team India registered an emphatic 119-run win against West Indies in the rain-affected final ODI of the series in Port of Spain on Wednesday to take the series 3-0. Shubman Gill was the star for India with the bat, as he remained unbeaten on 98 as the side put up a strong score of 226/3 in 36 overs. Windies, known for their explosive batting, however, collapsed in the rain-shortened game as they were bowled out on 137 in merely 26 overs. While Yuzvendra Chahal starred with four wickets to his name, Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur picked two each.Gill was named the player of the match as well as the player of the series for his consistent performances across all three ODIs. The Indian opener got a bright start in all the three games and was on the verge of reaching a maiden three-figure mark, but rain spoiled the party for the youngster. Also read: 'As a 24-year-old with 9 ODI centuries, Virat Kohli said 'One-Day mein toh mai Sachin paaji ko pakad loonga The 22-year-old Gill was dismissed thanks to casual bit of running in the first ODI on 64, and then conceded a soft-dismissal in the second game, falling seven runs short of a half-century. In the final game, Gill played with more responsibility and carried the bat in the rain-shortened 36-over innings. However, as he left stranded on 98, Gill joined a unique list of Indian openers who similarly remained unbeaten on 90s in ODIs. That list includes big names like Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, and Sunil Gavaskar among others.