GAUTAM GAMBHIR ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT FROM ALL FORMS OF CRICKET
Dec. 5, 2018

Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir on Tuesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. The 37-year-old, who represented India in 58 Tests, 147 ODIs and 37 T20Is, made the announcement on social media. The Ranji Trophy game between Delhi and Andhra starting Thursday at the Feroz Shah Kotla will be his last game.

Memorable record of Gautam Gambhir

  • In the first Twenty20 World Cup held in 2007, there was also the highest scorer in the final of the World Cup.
  • In the year 2011, Gautam Gambhir made India a world champion by playing 97 runs in the World Cup final against Sri Lanka.
  • Gambhir scored 75 runs from India's innings, and India became world champion.
  • Gambhir has scored 5,238 runs in 147 one-dayers with an average of 68 and 11 centuries.
  • Gambhir scored 4,412 runs in Test matches as an opening pair with fellow cricketer Virender Sehwag, which is an Indian record.

Gautam Gambhir

  • Gautam Gambhir made his international debut in the Test match against Bangladesh in the year In 2004, he got an opportunity to enter the ODIs against Australia in Mumbai.
  • Gautam Gambhir has scored 4154 runs in 58 test matches at an average of 95. It includes nine centuries, 22 half-centuries.
  • He has scored 5238 runs in 147 ODIs at an average of 68, including 11 centuries and 34 half-centuries.
  • He has a good record in Twenty20 In 37 international T20 matches, he scored 932 runs at an average of 27.41.
  • He scored 15,041 runs in first-class cricket, playing from Delhi. In this format, he has scored 42 centuries and 68 half-centuries.
  • Talking about IPL, the captain of Kolkata Knight Riders has been the champion twice in his captaincy.