Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir will always hold a special place in the Indian cricket as the stalwart was the top performer in India’s two major title victories (ICC T20 World Cup 2007 and ICC Cricket World Cup 2011). The opening batsman recently announced his retirement and made the moment special by smashing an iconic century in a first-class game.
The Delhi born batsman is also famous for lifting the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders to two glorious titles. Recently, the 37-year old reviewed his cricketing journey and shared that he sits extremely satisfied with his achievements. Sharing the adoration, he held for his country, Gautam also recalled his efforts to get into the national team.
“Initially, it was tough to let a thing go which you did for last 25 years. I always aimed to be the best and that continued till the last day of my professional cricket. When I look back now, it has been a long journey but it’s been a very satisfying journey,” said by the former Indian captain.