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The scene from the reality show “Roadies” was reenacted by Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan. Takes Internet By Storm

On Wednesday, in Ahmedabad, Team India defeated New Zealand to win the Twenty20 International series by a resounding margin.

After the hosts had posted a mammoth score of 234/5 in 20 overs, thanks in large part to Shubman Gill’s unbroken 126* runs, the New Zealanders were bowled out for 66, and the hosts were able to record a victory by 168 runs.

The team captained by Hardik Pandya has already won the three-match Twenty20 International series by a score of 2-1.

In addition to putting on such an extraordinary match on the field, the players on Team India went on to entertain their fans on social media by participating in a lighthearted activity that had everyone in fits of laughter.

The young batter, along with wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan and senior bowler Yuzvendra Chahal, were shown in a video that was shared on Gill’s Instagram replicating an audition episode of the iconic youth show MTV Roadies.

When Ishan started jumping around like a gorilla, he quickly became the focus of the video. As a result of the fans being entertained by witnessing a different side of their favourite cricket players, the video quickly went viral on social media.

Coming into the match, Shubman Gill hammered a whirlwind unbeaten maiden century in the shortest format as India thrashed New Zealand by 168 runs, marking India’s largest-ever win in terms of runs. New Zealand was defeated by India by 168 runs.

India’s victory over Ireland in Dublin in 2018 was their second-highest margin of victory, with 143 runs being the difference between the two teams.

After hitting the New Zealand bowlers to all parts of the Narendra Modi Stadium on his way to a score of 126 not out off of just 63 balls with the assistance of 12 fours and seven sixes, Gill maintained his excellent form and displayed his wide range of shots. After India made the decision to bat first, they were able to post a score of 234 for 4 thanks to Gill’s outstanding performance.

As a result of the coordinated efforts of the Indian bowling attack, New Zealand was never able to get going in the massive chase. They were bowled out for a measly 66 runs in 12.1 overs, which is the third-lowest score for New Zealand in this format.

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