Gautam Gambhir, the 37-Year-Old Indian opening left-handed batsman, has announced retirement from all forms of Cricket today. He announced on Twitter.
Gautam Gambhir was one of the most underrated players in the Indian team. He played few crucial knocks for India which include the T20 Final’s in 2007 as well as a World Cup in 2011. In T20 final, he scored 75 of 54 against arch-rivals Pakistan. Whereas in the World Cup 2011 he made important 97 for the team against neighbour Sri Lanka in Mumbai.
The most difficult decisions are often taken with the heaviest of hearts. And with one heavy heart, I’ve decided to make an announcement that I’ve dreaded all my life.
The most difficult decisions are often taken with the heaviest of hearts.
And with one heavy heart, I’ve decided to make an announcement that I’ve dreaded all my life.
— Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) December 4, 2018
He first played for India in 2003 and since then he played 58 tests, 147 ODI’s and 37 T20 for India and scored 10,324 runs for the country.
Gautam Gambhir will always be remembered for his both the knock in World Cup which let India lift the cup.
The next Ranji Trophy match against Andhra will be the last game of Gambhir which will be played at Feroz Shah Kotla where it all started for him.