Shubman Gill scored a brilliant hundred in the third ODI between India and Zimbabwe in Harare on August 22.

The Men in Blue posted a total of 289 for the loss of eight wickets. Zimbabwe’s chase began in a dramatic manner as Chahar, who was about to deliver the ball, stopped in his run-up as he entered the delivery stride after he spotted the non-striker, Innocent Kaia, out of the crease.

The Indian pacer removed the bails but the captain and the bowler didn’t appeal and the ball was called dead by the umpire.

Chahar walked back to his run-up with a smile on his face as the Kaia came back to his crease.

During India’s innings, Gill went on to score 130 runs off 97 balls while Ishan Kishan accumulated 50 runs off 61 balls.

For Zimbabwe, Brad Evans took five wickets.

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