No matter what the situation is or what the circumstances be, Shahid Afridi is the only personality that manages to stay in the news. Whether its something related to him, his family or his career, he never fails to deliver something gossiping to the world. Recently, he has been the talk of the town because of his book launch ‘Game-Changer’ and the harsh claims and allegations he made in it.
Another big name of Indian Cricket, Gautam Gambhir or currently know as the Chowkidar of Narendra Modi, is super active on his official twitter handle and his fiery tweets are enough to keep him rolling in the media. He’s always seen throwing dirt on different personalities related to different fields.
Recently, Gautam Gambhir mentioned Shahid Afridi is his tweet, laughed off at him and asked him to come to India for medical treatment. He even said that he’ll personally take Afridi to the psychiatrist. This tweet gave his fans from across the border a good laugh and made him remember what a pleasure it was to see Afridi play and what he was capable to do to Indian Cricket Team.
Some even posted what Afridi said about Gautam Gambhir in his book. On the other side, Indian fans praised Gambhir and showed their support and mocked Afridi on his English speaking skills. Though, Shahid Afridi yet hasn’t responded to the matter.
Pakistanis are showing him who the real boss is!
Afridi was man of the tournament in same 2007 World T20.
Man of the match in semifinal and final of 2009 World T20.
Man of the match in final of 2012 Asia Cup. pic.twitter.com/j289DsSlzV
— Talal Dar (@DarTalal) May 4, 2019
Don’t mess with boss. It’s simple.
— Khan Muhammad ? (@Khan_Afridii10) May 4, 2019
"Gautam Gambhir was one of the weakest and mentally most insecure people I have worked with" says former India mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton in his new book ‘The Barefoot Coach’
Now who needs a psychiatrist ?
— AbdulQadir (@AQniner) May 4, 2019
Gambhir in reality: pic.twitter.com/9O7en0ErwO
— Ali (@contact_Ali_) May 4, 2019
This is a piece from Afridi’s book ‘Game-Changer’: “Some rivalries were personal, some professional. First the curious case of Gambhir. Oh poor Gautam. He and his attitude problem. He who has no personality. He who is barely a character in the great scheme of cricket. He who has no great records just a lot of attitude.”
It is often said ‘divided by countries, united by cricket’ but the rivalry of Pakistan and India stays the same. However, fans from both sides anxiously wait to see Pakistan and India playing. Everyone hopes to see both teams playing against each other in future.