When Shahid Afridi became furious at eating chalk, Gautam Gambhir took revenge by hitting an elbow

Gautam Gambhir, former Indian cricketer and current East Delhi BJP MP, is active not only in politics but also in the cricketing world. Gambhir is recognized as a cricketer whose bat has often played a lot in big matches. Are we talking about Pakistan in the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup, or the 97 against Sri Lanka in the 2011 Cricket World Cup final? In both cases, Gambhir’s innings was instrumental in winning the title. The politician who became a cricketer was also known for his tension on the field. Gambhir has repeatedly expressed his anger against Pakistan. The fight between Gambhir and Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has been much debated among fans.

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Let us tell you that this was an unforgettable incident in 2007 when Afridi and Gambhir clashed during the Kanpur ODI match. In this match, when Gambhir hit a boundary on Afridi’s ball, Afridi got annoyed and started talking about Gambhir. After this, Gambhir collided with Afridi while taking a run on the next delivery, where Gambhir’s elbow hit Afridi. When the two collided, Gambhir felt that Afridi was deliberately in front of him. Later, the two players, angrily walking towards each other, had to split the umpires. It was an event of cricket that no Indian-Pakistani fan could forget.

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Looking at Gambhir’s international career, he made his debut for India in 2003 against Bangladesh. Gautam Gambhir started his pro career with Team India. He accomplished everything a player could dream of in this white-ball format. Gambhir has played 147 ODIs in his career, scoring 5,238 runs at an average of 39.68, during which his bat scored 11 centuries and 34 fifties.

Gambhir was also called the best batsman in Test cricket. He made his Test debut against Australia in 2004. Gambhir has scored 4,154 runs at an average of 41.95 in 58 Tests, during which he scored 9 centuries and 22 fifties. Gambhir played a total of 37 T20 matches for India, scoring 932 runs at a strike rate of 119.02.

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