Gambhir got angry in the middle of the match. (Video screengrab)
Former opening batsman Gautam Gambhir, who played an important role in making the Indian team world champion twice, is currently holding the bat. Gambhir is seen in his old colours. Be it through his batting or his aggressive attitude. Gambhir is currently captaining India Capitals in Legends League Cricket and is scoring a lot of runs. On Wednesday this team faced Gujarat Giants. In this match, Gambhir faced his old partner. This player is S Sreesanth. But these two old friends started fighting among themselves.
India won the T20 World Cup in 2007 and Gambhir played an important role in helping the team win by scoring a half-century in the final played against Pakistan. India had won the ODI World Cup in the year 2011 and in the final of this tournament too, Gambhir played a big role in the team’s victory by playing an inning of 97 runs. Sreesanth was also in both these teams.
In this match, Gambhir’s team batted first. Sreesanth bowled the second over of the match. Gambhir hit a six on the second ball of Sreesanth’s over. He hit a four on the third ball. However, no runs came on the next ball. During this time Sreesanth said something to Gambhir. Gambhir looked at Sreesanth angrily. A slight altercation was seen between the two. Gambhir played a brilliant half-century innings in this match. Facing 30 balls, he played an inning of 51 runs with the help of seven fours and one six. Earlier, Gambhir had played an inning of 63 runs against Bhilwara Kings.
🚨|Gautam Gambhir scores FIFTY in just 28 balls 🔥pic.twitter.com/nUfnRgIN77
— KKR Karavan (@KkrKaravan) December 6, 2023
both are famous
Even when Gambhir and Sreesanth played for Team India, they played with the same aggression. Everyone still remembers the dance that Sreesanth did after hitting a six on Andre Nel in the Test match in South Africa. Harbhajan Singh had also slapped Sreesanth in IPL. This controversy also became quite famous. Gambhir’s fight with Kamran Akmal and Shahid Afridi is also well known. Gambhir fought with both of them on the field.