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Shubman Gill Gujarat Lions Controversy- What created the whole buzz? 

IPL 2022 winners Gujarat Lions have had a dream run in their debut season. From Hardik Pandya’s phenomenal captaincy to their explosive batting lineup. Everything seemed in place for them this season. But recently, a cryptic tweet was posted by the Gujarat Lions official Twitter page, which appeared as a farewell message to their star opener Shubman Gill from the franchise. Here we bring you the whole story of the Shubman Gill Gujarat Lions Controversy; just keep scrolling below.

Gill had his best IPL season with the franchise, scoring 483 runs at an average of 34.50 and strike rate of 132.33 with four half-centuries. The 23-year-old batter played a vital role in the success of the Hardik Pandya-led franchise in their maiden IPL season, eventually winning the title by defeating Rajasthan Royals in the final at home in Ahmedabad.

Lets take a look at the series of tweets which happened in Shubman Gill Gujarat Lions Controversy:

“It’s been a journey to remember. We wish you all the best for your next endeavour, @ShubmanGill! #AavaDe”

Gujarat Titans tweeted

Shubman soon replied to the tweet with a heart and hug emoji:

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Gujarat Lions reply will leave you in splits

This exchange left the fans in suspense whether there is any truth behind the tweets or is it part of a promotional plan between the franchise and the player. But after letting the speculations boil a bit. The franchise later clarified by tweeting that Gill is here to stay and they are loving the fan-made theories. With the IPL trade window opening it is highly awaited to know the status of many players who are expected to be released by their franchises. Stat tuned with us to know the latest updates.

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