Team India's young batter Shubman Gill is having a perfect outing for his County team Glamorgan. Playing against Sussex, the right-handed batter has amassed an unbeaten 91 runs off just 102 deliveries, hitting 11 fours and two maximums at the end of Day 1.
To note, this is Gill's second fifty for Glamorgan as the right-handed batter looks in sublime touch. During his innings on Day 1, Gill played several delightful strokes which included one of the ramp shots he played against Pakistan's pacer Faheem Ashraf.
Gill's ramp shot earned him a maximum against Faheem Ashraf
Talking about Gill's ramp shot, Ashraf bowled a short-delivery outside the off-stump as the right-handed batter stayed still at the crease as he casually showed the face of the bat to deviate the ball towards the third-man boundary as the stand-in official signaled a six.
Not only the ramp shot, but Gill also played several eye-catching strokes including cut, drive and even sweep. He also played a pick-up shot on the bowling off Bradley Currie to collect his second six of the innings.
The talented batter will eye to reach his maiden hundred in county cricket. Gill missed out on a century in his debut game against Worcestershire by just eight runs and he will want to rectify his mistake against Sussex.
Meanwhile, Glamorgan are 221/3 after end of Day 1 with Gill and batter Billy Root (17* runs) occupying the crease for their team. For Sussex, Currie has scalped two wickets.