Why Did Gujarat Titans’ Shubman Gill Become Angered At Punjab Kings Bowler After Being Run Out?

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Why Did Gujarat Titans’ Shubman Gill Become Angered At Punjab Kings Bowler After Being Run Out?

Shubman Gill was run out early in the Gujarat Titans’ loss to the Punjab Kings at the DY Patil Stadium on Tuesday, courtesy of a stunning direct hit by Rishi Dhawan. However, he reacted angrily to the bowler, Sandeep Sharma, after colliding with the pacer while attempting to take a quick single. He was also spotted speaking with Sharma as he went off after being dismissed for 9 runs. Gill blasted the ball to cover and raced away for a quick single, but Dhawan’s excellent throw caught him well short of the crease, especially after the impact slowed him down.

It was a critical early strike for PBKS, as Gill had struck a magnificent 96 in their previous meeting.
Kagiso Rabada claimed four wickets for the Gujarat Titans, who struggled with the bat. They reached 143/8 in 20 overs, with B Sai Sudharsan’s 64* rescuing them from a dismal batting performance. The 20-year-old scored his first IPL half-century, hitting five boundaries and a six.
The Punjab Kings chased it down with four overs and eight wickets to spare, proving that the target was too small to be a challenge.

Shikhar Dhawan smashed a fifty, finishing unbeaten on 62 off 53 balls with eight boundaries and a six.
Bhanuka Rajapaksa, who scored 40 off 28, and Liam Livingstone, who slammed an unbeaten 30 off 10, including a 28-run over against Mohammed Shami, provided ample assistance.

Also, read: To keep their playoff hopes alive, the Punjab Kings defeated the Gujarat Titans.
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