Former Indian opener Gotham Gambhir announced retirement from the international cricket. According to the media report, Gautam Gambhir had done Test Debt in 2004, he made 4154 runs in 58 Test matches during his career.
The left-hander batsman, Gautam Gambhir, played against England in the last Test 2016, he also represented India in the 147 one-day matches.
Gautam Mahbir scored 5238 runs in one-day with 34 centuries and 34 half fiftys. He played against the last one-day match against England in 2013. In the 2011 Cricket World Cup, Gotham Gambhir played an impressive 97-run innings and played his role in making his World World Champion. With him captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni made 91 runs unbeaten.