The news of Gautam Gambhir’s retirement has stirred the cricketing fraternity who had longed to see the 2011 World Cup veteran for one last time in the forthcoming edition of IPL. Known by many as the Man of Big Occasions, Gambhir, was one of the potential reasons behind India’s victories in the 2007 ICC T20 World Cup and 2011 ICC World Cup, where he was the leading run-getters in the final stages of the tournament. The news of the Delhi bloke’s retirement spread like a forest fire over the internet, especially on Twitter, where people showered truckload of praise for the 37-year-old under the banner Gautam Gambhir Twitter Reactions.
“Each time I got out playing for India, or KKR or Delhi Daredevils, this thought would turn into a sharp disturbing noise and walk with me all the way to the dressing room shouting that ‘its over Gauti’,” said Gambhir when announcing the news of his retirement.
Gautam Gambhir Twitter Reactions following the World Cup veteran’s retirement from all formats
You can retire from cricket but you can never retire from the millions of hearts you’ve won for fighting for our beloved India both on and off the field. #ThankYouGambhir
— The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) December 4, 2018
Still remember this game where gambhir was sledged continuously by Aussies and he took them on single handedly, kept smashing them all day with the bat and verbals too.#ThankYouGambhir pic.twitter.com/1918ihCTtS
— Akki (@CrickPotato1) December 4, 2018
👉2007 T20 World Cup Final: 75(54)
👉2011 World Cup Final: 97(122)
— Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) December 4, 2018
Gambir: Tell me something i don’t know..
Fan: You deserve better..#ThankYouGambhir
— Romz (@RomanaRaza) December 4, 2018
•Given away his MOM to Virat Kohli on his debut century.
•206 at Delhi vs Aus
•167 at Wellington vs Nz
•150 at Colombo vs SL
•75 at Johannesburg 2007 T20i final vs Pak
•97 at Mumbai 2011WC final vs SL.
Every Indian will be thankful for those 2Wc knocks.#ThankYouGambhir https://t.co/6e6XrFQ2fl
— Jay – Nomad of Nights 🔱 (@Kanth__) December 4, 2018
— Knight Watchman (@knightwatchman_) December 4, 2018
That Dirt shows what you haD Done for the country anD how you passionate about it. That two FinaLs were aLways be RemembereD for your heroic inninGs.
Miss you Gautam Gambhir 💔#ThankYouGambhir ❤🙏 ! pic.twitter.com/yd4oM0ArAt
— Dhruva (@im_naveencharan) December 4, 2018
— Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary (@Sudhir10dulkar) December 4, 2018
— KolkataKnightRiders (@KKRiders) December 4, 2018
Congratulations @GautamGambhir on a fantastic career. You can be very proud of the way you played every time you stepped on to the cricket field. I cherish the truly memorable moments we shared & am sure you will continue to serve the country in your own ways. #ThankYouGambhir
— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) December 4, 2018
— Trollywood (@TrollywoodOffl) December 4, 2018
— Arun Shivashankar (@arunls) December 4, 2018
— Kaushik LM (@LMKMovieManiac) December 4, 2018
— Abhishek Singh 🇮🇳 (@AbhishekVihan) December 4, 2018
— Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) December 4, 2018
End of a chapter, a new one begins! 😢
— Kings XI Punjab (@lionsdenkxip) December 4, 2018
Here’s wishing one of the prime architects of our 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 World Cup triumphs, Gautam Gambhir, a very Happy Retirement! 🙌
— SPN- Sports (@SPNSportsIndia) December 4, 2018
— Star Sports (@StarSportsIndia) December 4, 2018
— RVCJ Media (@RVCJ_FB) December 4, 2018
— $olarian (@kaakiretta) December 4, 2018
One of my fav. Opening Batsman @GautamGambhir #GautamGambhir who was Fearless & Attacking on Opponents retired from all form of Cricket! Ek dum Delhi Wala Attitude Tha Bhai ka! #ThankYouGambhir #ThankYouGauti #gautamgambhir #
— Manveer Gurjar (@imanveergurjar) December 4, 2018
— Jigna (@ImJia29) December 4, 2018
— cricBC (@cricBC) December 4, 2018
Top scorer in big nights
2011 WC Final & 2007 T20WC Final
5 100s in 5 consecutive tests n became No1 in world
2 time ipl winning captain
Moreover he’s gud human ❤️
Achieved everything, well done n good luck for second innings @GautamGambhir 🏏 #ThankYouGambhir ❤️❤️😭 love u pic.twitter.com/KURBnrMHk9
— Yash (@Yaseen8H) December 4, 2018
#ThankYouGambhir India wouldn’t have won 2 World Cups of you aren’t there 💙
And Looking at the Dusty Love Symbol on your Jersey, it shows your Love Towards India Naturally 😊 pic.twitter.com/VXONrY8Xx4
— Srinivas Sharma (@srinivasbgs) December 4, 2018
Shikhar Came to Indian National team – Ghambir’s International Career came to an end.
Now Shikhar Came to Delhi and Guess What?!
— Troll Dhawan Haters (@Dhawanswarrior) December 4, 2018
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