Gautam Gambhir is extremely proud of Kuldeep Yadav

Yadav took to Twitter to wish one of the most important figures who helped shape his career.

Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Kuldeep Yadav belongs to the rare breed of bowlers who use the wrists while bowling spin with the left-arm. This chinaman bowler has made rapid strides in international cricket ever since his debut in 2017. He features in the team across all the three formats and is an integral part of the side. His former Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir seems to be extremely proud of the 23-year-old’s achievements.

Yadav took to Twitter to wish one of the most important figures who helped shape his career. He shared a picture with Gambhir while they were playing together in the KKR team. He wished for his former skipper to be blessed with a lot of happiness and hoped for him to achieve success in whatever he does.


‘Wish you a very happy birthday @GautamGambhir bhai. Hope you achieve success in everything you do and be blessed with lots of happiness. Have a great year!,’ he wrote on the micro-blogging site.

Gambhir wants Kuldeep to keep the Indian flag high

Gambhir thanked the Uttar Pradesh cricketer to the wishes and termed him to be a champion. He further wrote that Kuldeep had no idea how happy he is seeing him progress in his career. The 37-year-old concluded by telling the youngster to keep the Indian flag flying high.

‘Many thanks champion. You don’t know how happy I am seeing you do well. Keep the Indian flag high…,’ he wrote in his reply.

Since his debut, Kuldeep has played 46 international games in his career thus far. The chinaman bowler has already surpassed the 100 international wickets mark and has 101 scalps to his name. He is all set is scale greater heights moving forward in his career. The Kanpur-born cricketer will be back in action on October 21 when India will face Windies in the first ODI. He is an important part of India’s World Cup plans next year.

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