“When Will He Learn, Typical Indian Parents” – Twitter reacts after Shubman Gill’s father said he wasn’t happy with his son’s century against Sri Lanka

Shubman Gill’s father by the name of Lakhwinder always expected his son would perform well whenever he goes out to bat. In fact, right from U-14 days, Lakhwinder would be frustrated when Gill fails to convert the starts into good scores.

The cricket fraternity was literally taken aback when Lakhwinder was unhappy after he scored 91 runs against Australia at The Gabba. When the fans from every nook and corner of the country praised Gill for his stupendous knock, Gill’s father was the only one who was upset.

He said Gill should have done better while playing against Nathan Lyon as Gill tried to play the shot away from his body and then paid the price. Meanwhile, during the third and final ODI against the Sri Lankan cricket team, Shubman Gill made his presence count on the pitch.

Shubman Gill’s father unhappy with his son’s century against Sri Lanka

The 23-year-old build his innings bit by bit and went on to score a marvellous century, which was his second ton in his ODI career. He constructed his innings with the help of 14 fours and 2 sixes wherein he scored 116 off 97 balls at a strike rate of 119.59.

The talented batter drew plaudits for his scintillating batting. While the majority of the fans from the cricket fraternity reserved the highest respect for the youngster, Shubman Gill was unhappy with his son’s century against the Sri Lankan cricket team.

After the third ODI, Shubman Gill’s father, in an interview with the Indian Express expressed his disappointment with his son’s century against Sri Lanka. He felt that Shubman Gill had enough time to score an ODI double-century against the Lankans.

Talking about Shubman Gill’s innings, his father added that he will not get these starts all the time and also questioned when he would learn. On Wednesday, while playing against New Zealand, Shubman Gill scored his maiden ODI double ton against New Zealand.

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