Death wishes for Shubman Gill after GT’s win


Shubman Gill put on a magnificent one-man show for the audience at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday when he scored his second straight IPL century during the IPL game between Gujarat Titans and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Bangalore had earlier amassed a respectable 197/5, with Kohli scoring his second century in a row with an unbeaten 61-ball 101. The former Indian captain’s century gave RCB’s ardent supporters optimism that their team would make the playoffs and take home the trophy for the first time in IPL history. However, Shubman Gill’s 104 off 52 balls stole Kohli’s thunder and crushed the hearts of millions of Bangalore supporters. Bangalore was also eliminated from the playoff race due to a collision.

A few RCB supporters apparently started harassing Shubman and his sister Shahneel Gill on social media shortly after that, which was a regrettable turn of events. Some have even targeted Shubman’s sister’s Instagram account while wishing for his demise. Some people have also come out in favor of Subhman and have criticized individuals who identify as Virat Kohli followers, saying that such acts would only reflect poorly on the RCB, Virat Kohli, and Indian cricket in general.

A netizen said, “Kohli and his real fans love and admire Gill’s greatness and they respect his beautiful family as well,” in response to Shahneel’s Instagram account being used for abusive behavior. Don’t let some poisonous individuals let you down. Actually, they are not a part of any team or player.

On May 23, the Gujarat Titans (GT) will play the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), led by MS Dhoni. On the other side, the eliminator game will be played on May 24 between the Mumbai Indians (MI) and the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG).

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