Shahid Afridi replies to Gautam Gambhir: The former Pakistani captain has finally responded to Gautam Gambhir’s comments.
The Gautam Gambhir vs Shahid Afridi “war of words” on social media platform Twitter has received a new episode with former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi responding to former India opening batsman’s tweets and interview regarding him.
It all started yesterday after Afridi posted a Kashmir-related tweet. Gambhir, who is usually vocal about Afridi across platforms, didn’t shy away from calling him “immature” and compared him to a kindergarten kid.
Being asked about his stand on Afridi by ANI in the morning, Gambhir once again share some stern comments withr respect to Afridi. “Some people don’t mature throughout their life. When some people play cricket at a certain age, that age remains the same even after they stop playing. Their brain doesn’t grow with age,” Gambhir was quoted as saying in a video.
Shahid Afridi replies to Gautam Gambhir
Afridi, who hadn’t replied since morning, finally took to his Twitter account to respond to the sitting MP from East Delhi. Taking reference from former India mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton’s autobiography, Afridi highlighted the former’s opinion on the former Indian cricketer.
“Change of weather in Karachi, rain in the air. Also each time Gautam tries to make himself relevant, I am reminded of this,” read Afridi’s tweet.
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) August 28, 2019
It was earlier this year that Upton had released his autobiography which claimed Gambhir to be the “one of the most weakest and insecure” people. “Using popular notion of mental toughness, he was one of the weakest and mentally most insecure people I have worked with,” Upton had written in his book.