Opener Shubman Gill has just returned home from England, sharing heartbreaking photos

Shubman Gill, a young opener who has been ruled out of England due to injury, has returned home. He has been out of the team’s bio-safe environment since the World Test Championship against New Zealand last month, but has been on holiday in the UK ever since. After spending some time with his family in Mohali, Shubman will be joining the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Upon his return to India, he has shared some such pictures, which will break the hearts of his and the Indian team’s fans.

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Shubman shared these pictures on his Instagram story. The airport can be seen in the photo, with whom they also shared two heartbreaking emojis. Of course, Gill is very sad to return from England this way.

Shubman Gill Photo-Instagram

With his injury, he is likely to make a comeback in the second leg of the Indian Premier League. Let us tell you that Gil has been struggling with poor form for some time. His batting in the final of the World Test Championship against New Zealand was only 28 and 8 runs. India lost the match by eight wickets.

After Shubman Gill, he was the only player on the verge of withdrawing from the Test series against England

Moreover, his batting showed no special edge even in the first phase of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. Shubman Gill made his debut for India in one-day cricket in 2019, but his strong performance came on the tour of Australia. However, his bat was completely silent in the home Test series against England. Shubman made his Test debut against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Punjab batsman has taken a special place in the hearts of fans by playing 91 innings against Australia at the Gabba Ground.

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