Shahid Afridi is a standout amongst the most-consideration attracting cricketers the historical backdrop of the amusement. So there is nothing unexpected that his recently propelled life story ‘Game Changer’ is making a ton of news and clamor.
The book dependent on the cricketing profession and individual existence of Shahid ‘Blast Boom’ Afridi and composed by eminent writer and his dear companion Wajahat Khan has opened up numerous discussions.
Aside from uncovering his genuine age, Afridi made numerous questionable remarks about his kindred Pakistan cricketers in the book. Afridi asserted that previous Test cricketer and mentor Javed Miandad didn’t care for him and attempted to complete his profession before his presentation Test coordinate. Afridi additionally called previous Test cricketer Waqar Younis a ‘horrendous chief’ and said that in 2003 World Cup Pakistan needed solid authority.
A standout amongst the most noteworthy incidents was amid Pakistan’s 2007 visit to India when Afridi and Gambhir took on one another amid one of the five ODIs. Gambhir crashed into Afridi while taking a solitary and afterward the two players got engaged with a warmed showdown on the pitch. As both shared verbal volleys and were on one another’s face, the umpires needed to put a stop to it.
Pakistani writer Saj Sadiq has shared a portion of Afridi’s remarks on Gambhir in this book via web-based networking media.
This is what Afridi needed to state about Gautam Gambhir in his life story ‘Game Changer’
1. Gambhir had a mentality issue, says Afridi
“A few competitions were close to home, some expert. First the inquisitive instance of Gambhir. Goodness poor Gautam. He and his frame of mind issue. He who is scarcely a character in the extraordinary plan of cricket.
2. Afridi on his conflict with Gambhir
On his run-in with Gambhir, Afridi stated: “I recollect the run-in with Gambhir amid the 2007 Asia Cup, when he finished his single while running straight into me. The umpires needed to complete it off or I would have. Obviously, we had a candid reciprocal dialog about one another’s female relatives.”
3. Gambhir is ‘saryal’: Afridi
“Gambhir carries on like he’s a cross between Don Bradman and James Bond. In Karachi, we call folks like him saryal (consumed). It’s basic, I like upbeat, constructive individuals.