Having scored an unbeaten 67* vs Nepal, Gill made it 2 fifties in 2 matches with 52-ball 58 against Pakistan.
Gill hit 6 fours in the first 2 overs he faced from Shaheen Afridi. PAK speedster finally got his revenge in his 2nd spell.
Only Babar Azam & Rassie van der Dussen are ahead of Gill on the ODI charts and he’s closing in on the South African.
His 62-ball 67* vs Nepal made him the fastest to score 1500 ODI runs. Gill got to the milestone in 29 inns, overtaking Hashim Amla (30 inns).
23 years and 132 days - Gill became the youngest double centurion in ODIs with 208 vs NZ, surpassing compatriot Ishan Kishan (24 years and 154 days).
At 23 years and 146 days, Gill became India’s youngest T20I centurion with Suresh Raina’s previous record of 23 years and 156 days now 2nd.
His first T20I century - 126* against NZ saw him the second-youngest to complete the set. Only Ahmed Shehzad (22 years) is ahead of Gill on the list.