End Of Golden Era Of Indian Batting With Gautam Gambir's Retirement.

gautam gambhir batting
Gautam Gambhir has announced the retirement from all form of cricket yesterday. Ranji trophy game against Andhra Pradesh at his home ground Firoz Shah Kotla stadium will be the last game of his cricketing career. 

Gautam announced his retirement from his Facebook official by posting an emotional video. In these 11 minutes video, he thanked his family, teammates, all coaches especially Justin langer, and at the least his supporters. He also thanked the bowlers who ran long to make him a great batsman. 

In Next life too, he desired to represent Indian cricket with more number of wins, more numbers of hundreds and also some of the five-wicket hauls.

Gautam Gambhir played 243 matches for India scored 10324 runs with 20 hundred and 63 fifties. Gautam captained Indian ODI side for 6 matches and he wins all these 6 included clean sweep to New Zealand. He wins the IPL trophy 2 times as Captain of KKR. 

Really a fan of Gautam Gambhir I thought he deserves more chances to play for India. But due to some of the internal issues may he left the opportunity of playing for India for a longer period of time.

75 runs in world t20 final against Pakistan in 2007, fabulous match saving 137 runs in 436 balls at Nepiar in Test against New Zealand in New Zealand and classy 97 runs in world cup 2011 against Sri Lanka will forever remain in the memory of every Indian cricket fan.

Gautam Gambhir played his best of cricket during the years 2009 to 2011. In 2009 Gautam nominated as ICC Test player of the year. In the era of legends like Sachin, Dravid, Ganguly, VVS Lakshman and Sehwag managed his class equally in these quality batting lineups. With Gambhir's retirement golden era of Indian batting has been ended yesterday.

I hope Delhi Ranji team will give a great send off to great servant of Indian cricket with a big win against Andhra Pradesh and he will also finish his cricketing career with mighty hundred or even more.

Wishing Gautam Gambhir a healthy and prosperous post Retirement life from Team RallyRave.

Labels: ,

Post a Comment


Author Name

Contact Form


Email *

Message *

Powered by Blogger.