Gautam Gambhir is often seen clashing with players on the field, whether he is playing a match or is a part of the sports staff. Gambhir had an on-field clash with RCB’s Virat Kohli in the role of mentor for Lucknow Super Giants in IPL 2023. Now in the Legends League being played these days, Gautam Gambhir clashed with former Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth.
The video of the clash between Gautam Gambhir and Sreesanth is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Gambhir is leading India Capitals in the tournament, while S Sreesanth is part of Gujarat Giants. Talking about the clash between the two, it can be seen in the viral video that Gambhir and Sreesanth come close to each other while talking during the match. There is some conversation between the two, then the umpires come in between and separate the two.
However, even after the umpires intervened, both are seen saying something to each other. Then the players of Sreesanth’s team take him away from Gambhir, after which both the players stay away from each other. After this the field umpires return to their respective places.
“He kept calling me a fixer”
After this incident, a video went viral on social media, in which Sreesanth is seen talking about the dispute with Gambhir. In the video, Sreesanth first called Gambhir as ‘Mr. Fighter’. Recalling the incident, he said, “I want to clarify something about what happened to Mr. Fighter, who always fights with his comrades. “He doesn’t even respect his senior players.”
He further said, “He came and said something bad to me, which Mr. Gautam Gambhir should not have said. Whatever Mr. Gauti did, you will know sooner or later. The words he used and the words he said on the cricket field are not acceptable.”
Heated conversation between Gautam Gambhir and S Sreesanth in the LLC. pic.twitter.com/Cjl99SWAWK
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He further said about Virat, “When broadcasters ask him about Virat, he never speaks about him but he talks about something else.” He further said that he (Sreesanth) did not use any wrong word, he (Gambhir) was continuously speaking the words, which he always does.