IPL 2018: The Only One Way to Instill Winning Habit is by Winning Matches – Gautam Gambhir
Delhi Daredevils’ captain Gautam Gambhir, at a press conference conducted on Thursday, claimed there is only one way to instil that winning habit, i.e., by winning matches.
The newly appointed Daredevils’ captain was sitting alongside DD CEO, Hemant Dua, and coach Ricky Ponting.
Gambhir feels he is fortunate enough to, perhaps, put an end to his career where it all started for him.
“What I meant was if you can end your career where you had started it, there is no better feeling than that. I think only selective people get the opportunity to end their career where they began it,” stated Gautam Gambhir during the press conference.
“In the IPL, a lot of people have played for a variety of franchises. I’ve been the fortunate one who started at Delhi and now has got a chance to come back to Delhi,” added Gambhir.
The more I talk about it, the more importance I give to it: Gambhir on Afridi
Pakistan’s retired all-rounder, Shahid Afridi, recently attracted a lot of attention due to his controversial tweet about the Indian Army.
Gambhir was quick to slam Afridi for his tweet. In the press conference, however, Gambhir mentioned whatever he felt about the issue, he tweeted already.
“I’ve already tweeted what I needed to say about it; there is nothing more to say about it. The more I talk about it, the more importance I give to it,” Gambhir replied when asked about the Shahid Afridi tweet.
The southpaw was then asked how to instil a winning habit in the Daredevil’s camp which still is without a silverware.
“There’s only one way to instil a winning habit, and that is by winning matches. It’s a new start; it’s a fresh start. There is no particular theory about winning a tournament. You have to keep believing in yourself,” concluded Gautam Gambhir.
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