Shubman Gill health update : Indian team’s star opener batsman Shubman Gill (Shubman Gill) was hospitalized due to dengue infection. In this way, now the information has come out that he has been discharged. Shubman Gill was not available in the first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup, i.e. against Australia. After that, Shubman was admitted to Kaveri Hospital in Chennai as his platelet count decreased below 100,000 due to dengue. Similarly, there is a possibility that Shubman Gill will not play the match against Afghanistan as well as Pakistan.
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Considering Shubman’s health condition, there is a possibility that Shubman Gill will not play in the match between India and Pakistan on October 14. A team of medical experts is monitoring his health. Board of Control for Cricket in India doctor Rizwan Khan is currently traveling with the team and is also monitoring Shubman’s health.
How is Shubman’s health?
Once the platelet count falls below 70,000 and, in the case of dengue patients, below 100,000, you are admitted to a medical facility as a precautionary measure. Shubman was admitted to the hospital on Sunday night. However, BCCI officials have informed sources that he was released on Monday evening.
It will be a big blow for Team India if Shubman Gill is unable to play against Afghanistan. Before the match against Pakistan, Gill (Shubman Gill) will enter the field or not? There is still a question mark on this. An important match between India and Pakistan will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 14.
Shikhar Dhawan or Yashasvi Jaiswal?
If Shubman Gill’s health does not improve, a player will have to be given a chance in his place. As the team lacks left-handers, Shikhar Dhawan or Yashasvi Jaiswal may get a chance. However, there is a possibility that Shubman Gill will become stubborn in the coming time.