Whereas Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli’s altercation has been doing the rounds within the media, former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan shared an attention-grabbing story of the previous Kolkata Knight Riders skipper getting inside the top of Chennai Tremendous Kings’ iconic skipper MS Dhoni. Pathan narrated the intriguing story whereas commenting on CSK’s rain-marred match in opposition to Lucknow Tremendous Giants.
MS Dhoni-led Chennai Tremendous Kings traveled to Lucknow to tackle a bruised Lucknow Tremendous Giants on Wednesday, Might 3. LSG’s mentor Gautam Gambhir, who has been within the information ever since his on-field spat with Virat Kohli, has had a historical past With former Indian skipper MS Dhoni as effectively, and former Indian pacer Irfan Pathan narrated a narrative involving the 2 greats of Indian cricket.
Gambhir’s KKR triumphed in opposition to Dhoni’s CSK to say their maiden IPL title in 2012, nevertheless, their tussle didn’t finish there as the 2 captains fought for bragging rights for a number of following seasons. Irfan remembered the occasion when Gambhir sensed Dhoni’s susceptibility in opposition to spin and opted for close-in fielders to rattle the legendary finisher.
“Gautam Gambhir performed with the ego of MS Dhoni when he was the captain of KKR. He was the one one who succeeded in rattling him for years. MS was rattled to the core by the sector setting,” Pathan, who was teammates with Dhoni at Pune, mentioned whereas doing commentary in Hindi.
Dhoni’s plight in opposition to Gambhir’s techniques was there to see for all when the previous Indian skipper led the Rising Pune Tremendous Giants in a recreation in opposition to KKR on the Eden Gardens in 2016. The 2-time IPL-winning skipper deployed close-in fielders at any time when Dhoni was on strike in opposition to the spinners, particularly in opposition to an in-from Piyush Chawla. The RPS skipper struggled to manage in opposition to the spinners, managing simply eight runs in 22 deliveries. KKR gained the rain-affected match comfortably by eight wickets.