Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Shubham Gill’s 86-run knock out team India defeated Bangladesh in the Under-19 World Cup played in New Zealand on Friday to secure their place in the semi-finals. In this entire tournament, not just bowlers of Team India did amazing, but batsmen also showed their talent. Talking about the batsmen, Shubham Gill of Punjab has surprised everyone with his stylish batting. In the quarterfinal against Bangladesh, Gill also broke the record of Australian Sir Don Bradman by playing the half-century. In the case of average, Sir Don Bradman is at the forefront, but Shubham Gill has broken his record and made his name. In fact, this 1000 runs of Gill is made of an average of 101.60. While Bradman’s Test average is 99.94. It is not as if Shubham’s bat has run against the weaker team like Bangladesh, but he has also scored a stormy 63 against 54 balls against the Australian bowlers in this tournament. Team India managed to win this match by 100 runs. Shubham’s name so far has been this series three half-centuries. After the World Cup, Zimbabwe were dismissed out against Zimbabwe but after this, they played 63 against Australia, 90 against Zimbabwe and 86 not out against Bangladesh, while their batting against Papua New Guinea did not come.