‘This is Kalyug where fugitives…,’ Gautam Gambhir tweeted a sharp sarcasm on journalist Rajat Sharma, know the whole matter
IPL 2023: Journalist Rajat Sharma can be clearly heard saying in the 47-second viral video, ‘Gautam Gambhir’s ego has increased even more after contesting elections and becoming an MP’. After this, Gautam Gambhir has given a sharp reaction by tweeting.
Virat Kohli-Gautam Gambhir Fight: Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir are two huge names in world cricket, but whatever happened between the two in 43 matches of IPL, it is not good for cricket at all. After RCB registered a win against LSG on Monday, a heated exchange of words between Virat Kohli, Gautam Gambhir and LSG player Naveen-ul-Haq continued to make headlines. Meanwhile, India TV Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma said something on this controversy which Gautam Gambhir did not like and he has sharply criticized it. In fact, after the LSG vs RCB match at Ekana Stadium, a different debate has erupted from social media to news channels regarding the altercation between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir. Regarding this controversy, journalist Rajat Sharma also expressed his reaction during the news. In the 47-second viral video, Rajat Sharma can be clearly heard saying, ‘Gautam Gambhir’s ego increased even more after contesting elections and becoming an MP’.
While reading the news, he further said, ‘How much Virat’s popularity bothers him, it was clearly visible once again in the ground. Virat Kohli is such a player who is always aggressive. That’s why he gave an equal answer to Gautam Gambhir, but overall what Gautam Gambhir did is against the spirit in sports, neither suits a former player nor a Member of Parliament. Such incidents harm cricket.
Gautam Gambhir gave a scathing reply to Rajat Sharma by tweeting. In such a situation, it is now believed that this news was run against Gautam Gambhir. Gautam Gambhir is very angry about this. Apart from this, Gautam Gambhir has also expressed his displeasure by tweeting after this news. Gambhir tweeted that the man who ran away from Delhi cricket citing ‘pressure’ is eager to sell PR in the name of concern for cricket! This is Kalyug where ‘fugitives’ run their ‘court’.
In fact, Kohli and Gambhir were fined 100 per cent of their match fees for breaching the IPL’s code of conduct. There was some altercation between LSG bowler Naveen-ul-Haq and Kohli when the players were shaking hands after the match. However, Glenn Maxwell of RCB separated them. After this there was a heated argument between Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli.