Shubman Gill retired hurt on 79 after suffering cramps on his left leg during the World Cup semifinal

Shuman Gill's retirement forced the 24-year-old to leave the field in the 23rd over.

 The right-handed Shubman Gill will be able to bat later on in the innings depending on his recovery.

 His score is already the fourth highest for any Indian in the final four clash of a World Cup.

His retirement forced the 24-year-old to leave the field in the 23rd over.

 Gill joined forces with Kohli to put on another 101-run second-wicket stand before he retired hurt.

Shubman Gill returned to the crease after the dismissal of Suryakumar Yadav to partner KL Rahul in the middle.

 The right-handed Shubman Gill will be able to bat later on in the innings depending on his recovery.

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