Times of India – NEW DELHI: Former India opening batsman Gautam Gambhir , who recently announced his retirement from all forms of cricket , thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi after getting a congratulatory letter from the PM on his stupendous career.

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  • NEW DELHI: Former India opening batsman Gautam Gambhir , who recently announced his retirement from all forms of cricket , thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi after getting a congratulatory letter from the PM on his stupendous career.
  • All these deeds are dedicated to our country.
  • “The left-handed batsman also shared the letter alongwith the tweet.
  • “After more than 15 years of cricket for my country I want to retire from playing this beautiful game,” Gambhir said in the video on social media while announcing his retirement on December 4 this year.
  • In one-day internationals, the 37-year-old accumulated 5,238 runs and was India’s top scorer in the 2011 World Cup final victory against Sri Lanka.


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