While fielding in the first innings, Gill injured his right elbow. he was killed by a shot Henry Nichols, Akshar Patel It was a bowler as Nicholls came down and went for a sweep after which the ball hit Shubman Gill standing at short leg.
He has not fully recovered and therefore has not taken the field as a precaution.
“Update: Shubman Gill suffered an injury to his right elbow while fielding in the first innings. He has not fully recovered and therefore has not taken the field as a precaution,” informed the BCCI in a statement.
Update : While fielding in the first innings, Shubman Gill injured his right elbow. He hasn’t recovered… https://t.co/ao2TKg0sxd
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Coming to the match, India and New Zealand bowlers took a combined total of 16 wickets at the Wankhede Stadium on the second day, after which the hosts find themselves on top in the ongoing second Test in Mumbai.
After Day 2’s play ended, India’s score in the second innings was read as 69/0 Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara remained unbeaten on the field with innings of 38* and 29* respectively. The hosts are now 332 ahead of the Kiwis.