Gautam Gambhir breaks his silence on his fight with Virat Kohli (PC-LSG TWITTER)
New Delhi. Gautam Gambhir has broken his silence on the fight with Virat Kohli in IPL 2023. Gautam Gambhir said that the quarrel was confined to the field and such things have happened earlier also during the match. Along with this, Gautam Gambhir also said that he has supported only the right person. Gautam Gambhir Said that he does not think that Naveen ul Haq did anything wrong. I always stand with the right person.
In a conversation with News18 Hindi, Gambhir said that he will continue to support the right person till his last breath. are giving. But according to Gambhir, if the player of his team is not wrong, then he will definitely stand by him, no matter which country he is from.
Gautam Gambhir is not liked by many for being blunt. But an uncomfortable truth is always better than a comforting lie.pic.twitter.com/IFfDVlROQV
— Abhishek Ojha (@vicharabhio) June 11, 2023
Virat and Gambhir’s feud is not new
Let us tell you that during the IPL match, there was a fierce debate between Naveen-ul-Haq and Virat Kohli. Meanwhile, Gautam Gambhir also got angry and he also started quarreling with Virat Kohli. After this whole matter, all the three players were fined. Let us tell you that there has been a fight between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli in the IPL before. At that time Gautam Gambhir used to be the captain of KKR. However, Gautam Gambhir says that he does not pay attention to the fights that happen in the field in his personal life.
Gambhir also spoke on the relationship with Virat-Dhoni
Gambhir also put forth his views on the relationship with Dhoni and Virat Kohli. Gambhir said that he has an equal relationship with Dhoni and Virat. Gambhir has said that he respects what Kohli has done for the country. Apart from this, he once again reiterated that the team cannot win the match because of one player in the game. Gambhir said that Yuvraj Singh had a big role in winning the 2007 and 2011 World Cups.
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