Why Shubman Gill Was Kicked Out of the T20 World Cup!

Why Shubman Gill Was Kicked Out of the T20 World Cup Squad!

The ICC T20 World Cup 2024 for Indian cricket sensation Shubman Gill took an unexpected turn when he got sent back to India from the United States. Gill started out as a reserve player, and his departure has generated a lot of discussion.

Disciplinary Reasons and Business Ventures

Along with Rinku Singh, Avesh Khan, and Khaleel Ahmed, Shubman Gill was one of the four players initially picked as reserves for the Indian T20 World Cup squad. Gill did not make the final 15-man roster, despite traveling to the USA with the team. Gill was sent home by the team management following the tournament’s New York leg.

The official reason given for Gill’s departure was disciplinary. According to reports, Gill prioritized his personal business activities over his duties to the national squad during the ICC event. It is said that the team management was not pleased with this lack of concentration on cricket.

Avesh Khan Also Sent Back

In addition to Shubman Gill, Avesh Khan was asked to withdraw from the team; Rinku Singh and Khaleel Ahmed were kept on as backups. The choice caused several people to scratch their heads and started a discussion regarding the management’s expectations and the players’ commitment.

Gill’s absence was especially noticeable for important games. The team was supported by Khaleel Ahmed, Avesh Khan, and Rinku Singh during the crucial India-Pakistan encounter, however Gill was not present because he was preoccupied with business matters.

Shubman Gill unfollows Rohit Sharma

Rumors of a disagreement between team captain Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill started adding to the tension. Gill unfollowed Sharma on Instagram, which fueled rumors about possible conflicts inside the team, according to observers.

  Team India would want to put the past behind them and focus on their performance in the competition.

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