Shubman Gill changed his look after being left out of the Test series against England, sharing a photo

India opener Shubman Gill has changed his look since leaving the five-match Test series against England on August 4. Their franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) has shared their new look on social media which is getting immense love from fans. Two of their hairstyles are shared in these pictures. With this, the franchise has asked its fans which of the two hairstyles they like.

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In addition, Gill shared her new look on Instagram Story. Please tell me that Shubman is currently in England. No decision has been made as to when they will return to India. After Gill’s departure, the national team’s doors have been opened for KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal. After Gill was ousted, the team’s management wanted Prithvi Shah and Devadut to be part of the Padikkal Test team, but the management’s appeal was rejected by the selection committee. They argued that the team already had a back-opener in Abhimanyu Eshwaran.

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Shah and Padikkal are currently touring Sri Lanka for a limited-overs series. Gill, a former India Under-19 World Cup winner, has been a regular member of the Test squad since his debut in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia in 2020-21. He has scored 36 in the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand. However, India lost by eight wickets in the match.

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