Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir’s shocking testimony has come to light. He said he shouldn’t have been a cricketer. Gambhir has been an important part of India in his international career. He has played key innings for the team on many occasions. Gambhir played game-winning innings for India in the 2007 and 2011 T20 World Cup finals. Cricket fans will find it hard to forget Gambhir’s innings.
As well as being a former cricketer, he is also a serious MP. Gambhir is often involved in discussions about his statements. They often express reactions to other players. At the same time, in one of his recent interviews, Gambhir spoke of not being a cricketer.
Gambhir was asked on the talk show Bada Bharat What is the biggest regret of your life? When he gave a surprising reply, he said: ‘I shouldn’t have been a cricketer.’ Gambhir didn’t say why he made that statement.
Gambhir has played cricket for India in all three formats from 2003 to 2016. He played 58 Tests, 147 ODIs and 37 T20 Internationals. In 104 Test innings, he hit 4,154 runs with a 41.95 average, including 9 centuries and 22 half-centuries. In addition, he hit 5,238 runs in 143 ODI innings with a 39.68 average, hitting 11 centuries and 34 half-centuries.
At the same time, he hit 932 runs in 36 innings of T20 International with an average of 27.41 and a batting average of 119.02, getting seven half centuries out of his bat. Aside from international matches, Gambhir played 154 games in his IPL career. In 152 IPL innings, he hit 4,218 runs with an average of 31.01 and a batting average of 123.91, hitting a total of 36 half-centuries from his racquet.