Netizens troll Shubman Gill for using same caption as Sara Tendulkar

  • Sara and Shubman shared a picture on social media around the same time and with a similar caption
  • Shubman is set to feature for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL 2020.
Netizens troll Shubman Gill for using same caption as Sara Tendulkar
Shubman Gill, Sara Tendulkar (Image Source: Twitter)

The personal life of cricketers has always been a subject of fascination for the fans. In cricket-crazy nations like India, cricketers are no less than a hero who brings a smile to millions of people.


It is only natural that even the smallest act from these players draws a lot of attention. The latest rumours doing rounds on the internet suggest that Indian batsman Shubman Gill and Sara Tendulkar are dating each other.

Shubman is already hailed as the next big thing of the Indian cricket after his exploits with the bat in U-19 World Cup 2018. He plays for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL and also won the emerging player of the season award in 2019.


While Sara is a daughter of the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, and she occasionally interacts with Shubham on social media.

On Wednesday (July 29), Sara and Shubman shared a picture on social media around the same time and with a similar caption that read, “I spy”.


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I spy 👀

A post shared by Sara Tendulkar (@saratendulkar) on


The similar captions grabbed eyeballs of netizens, and they incessantly trolled the left-handed batsman on Twitter.

Here are some of the funny responses from netizens:


Shubman is all set to feature in the 13th edition of IPL beginning from September 19 in UAE. The 20-year-old has so far played 27 matches for KKR and accumulated 499 runs at 33.26.

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Ravi is a 21-year old writer whose love for cricket and any other sports knows no bounds. He is a highly opinionated person who watches cricket through the lens of conflict and struggles. He also believes that the true essence of enjoying cricket or any other sports is when we rise beyond territorial politics. You can reach out to him at ravi.raj@crickettimes.com