India in front of Zimbabwe in the second match

Despite scoring 115 runs in the first match, Zimbabwe shocked India by 13 runs. The defeat of the Shubman Gill-led Indian team also raised many questions. Young people are not yet ready to take responsibility on the big stage?

However, the Indian batsmen made it clear in the second match that the first match was an isolated incident. Abhishek Sharma stormed the Harare Sports Club ground in the same way as he stormed with the bat in the IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad.

He scored a century in just 47 balls. After winning the toss and batting on Abhishek’s great century, India made a huge score of 234 runs after losing 2 wickets.

Shubman Gill got out for just 2 runs but Abhishek Sharma continued to bat devastatingly with Rituraj Gaikwad. After completing his half century in 33 balls, he completed his century in 46 balls. In other words, he scored his second half-century in just 13 balls. This opener took 28 runs in the 11th over.

Abhishek got out after scoring a 46-ball century. He returned with a catch by Dion Myers off Wellington Masakadza. Hit 8 sixes with 7 boundaries.

Abhishek got out but Rituraj Gaikwad and Rinku Singh cruised the rest of the way effortlessly. Rinku remained unbeaten with 77 runs off 47 balls. He hit 1 six against 11 boundaries. Rinku remained unbeaten on 48 runs off 22 balls. He hit 5 sixes with 2 boundaries.