Gautam Gambhir

Left Handed Batsman
October 14, 1981 ,Delhi
Current age:
33 years 0 months
Major teams:
India ,Kolkata Knight Riders
Playing role:
Test Debut:
November 3, 2004 v Australia
ODI Debut:
April 11, 2003 v Bangladesh
T20 Debut:
September 13, 2007 v Scotland

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Gautam Gambhir News

I may not play for India again, but it's a goal: Yuvraj Singh
Dropped from the ODI team after a poor tour of South Africa in December 2013, Yuvraj last played for India in the ICC World Twenty20 in April.|29 Oct 2014, 12:39
Central Zone reach Duleep Trophy final
Mahesh Rawat scored a century to guide Central Zone to safety and into the final of the Duleep Trophy.|25 Oct 2014, 08:59
Central Zone get lead despite Gambhir's 167
Gambhir hit 18 boundaries in all as he punished bowlers like Pankaj Singh, Ishwar Pandey, Piyush Chawla and Kuldeep Yadav.
IANS|25 Oct 2014, 04:50
Gambhir retained as Delhi skipper for Ranji Trophy
Gautam Gambhir has been retained captain of the Delhi team for the upcoming Ranji season as the DDCAannounced a 15-member squad for the one-day Vijay Hazare trophy.
19 Oct 2014, 05:48
Gambhir eyes domestic season for India return
Gambhir said making a comeback is never easy and hopes that once he starts scoring runs every thing will be taken care of.
IANS|06 Oct 2014, 02:18
Raina: Learnt from Virat on how to build innings
Suresh Raina says he has matured as a player taking cues from his contemporaries including Virat Kohli.
PTI|04 Oct 2014, 11:41
Raina blitz takes CSK to 2nd CLT20 title
Chennai Super Kings beat Kolkata Knight Riders in the Champions League T20 final at Bangalore's M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Saturday to take their trophy count to two.|04 Oct 2014, 10:19
Can KKR ground resurgent CSK?
Gocricket previews the CLT20 final between Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings in Bangalore on Saturday.|03 Oct 2014, 08:20
KKR hold the edge in see-saw battle
In past encounters, no team has managed to sustain momentum over the other.|03 Oct 2014, 05:32

Gautam Gambhir Bio

Fieriness and aggression are the two most important characteristics in an attacking opener. Gautam Gambhir has these two factors in abundance and this has served him well during his time in international cricket.

Having been a consistent run-scorer in domestic circuit at the start of the new millennium, Gambhir's first innings in international cricket was stop-start to say the least. He was unable to establish himself in the Test and ODI squad and drifted out of the team.

Following India's first-round exit in the 2007 World Cup, Gambhir was selected in the team for the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa. In the final against Pakistan, he hit a match-winning 75 to help India win the title in a closely fought match. The period from 2008-2010 was a watershed in Gambhir's career. He excelled in all formats and along with his Delhi mate, Virender Sehwag, formed a lethal opening partnership.

In 2008, Gambhir stroked 1134 runs in Tests at an average of 70.87 while in ODIs, he smashed 1119 runs at a whopping average of 90.53. The highlights in the year was a brilliant 206 against Australia in Delhi while in ODIs, he scored 440 runs at an average of 55 in the CB Series featuring Australia and Sri Lanka. From December 2008 to January 2009, Gambhir scored five centuries in five Tests, making him the fourth player to achieve this feat.

His exploits led him to be the ICC Player of the Year in 2009. His good form continued and in the 2011 World Cup, Gambhir played an important knock at a vital time. In the final against Sri Lanka, he scored 97 and helped India win the World Cup after 28 years. In 2012, Gambhir was pivotal to Kolkata Knight Riders winning the IPL for the first time.

Following the highs, Gambhir's form slid away drastically in the tours to England and Australia. Having endured a tough time in the series against England, Gambhir was dropped from the team and despite scoring two fifties and a century so far in the Ranji Trophy, Gambhir was not selected for the tour to South Africa.
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