Everyone knows the relation between Shahid Afridi and Some Indian players has not been good. Whenever India and Pakistan have played against each other, there have been clashes between Shahid Afridi and Indian players.
Remembering those moments of his career, Shahid Afridi said that Now, Politics has come everywhere due to which Situations are very different.
As we all know there has been always high voltage clash between Shahid Afridi and Gautam Gambhir on the field as well as off the field. During this, Shahid Afridi’s Autobiography ‘Game Changer’ has come in limelight.
His Autobiography ‘Game Changer’ had published in 2019 in which Shahid Afridi has commented on Gautam Gambhir. Afridi, who has played cricket for Pakistan for two decades, has called Gambhir arrogant.
Allrounder Shahid Afridi wrote in his Autobiography that He had to like to play against Gautam Gambhir and Shane Warne. because They had replied of sledging.
He wrote about Gautam Gambhir, ” Some rivalry was personal, some are professional. But Gautam Gambhir’s case was unique. Very bad, He and his attitude.”
‘Gautam Gambhir had an attitude problem. He has no personality, hardly a character like him in a great game like cricket. Gambhir, Who has no big cricket records, has a lot of attitudes. The one who understands himself is capable of both Don Bradman and James Bond.’ Afridi added.
Shahid Afridi who has raised a question on the personality of Gautam Gambhir forgot it that Gautam Gambhir has played a big role in World Cup 2007 and world cup 2011 finals. Gambhir Scored important 75 runs against Pakistan in World cup 2007 as well as scored 97 runs against Sri Lanka in 2011 World cup final. With the help of these innings of him, India won the two World cups.
Besides Gambhir, Shahid Afridi wrote about other Indian players in his book who played in his time period. Afridi praised Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh and Ajay Jadeja in his book. He wrote in his book that I have spent a lot of time with these players. But we played against each other on the field as rivalry.