Calcutta: Gautam Gambhir has urged his fans and well-wishers not to sympathise with him for being dropped from the Test team since he is ready to “fight” in order to earn his place back in the national squad.
“No sympathies plz,” the opener tweeted after the news of his exclusion.
The left-hander will be leading India A against the Australians in a three-day first-class tie and the 31-year-old is looking forward to that game.
”Lookin forward to training then d india a game. Chin up guys, its time to show some steel. Come on,” he wrote.
“Had my bak to d wall in d past 2, dis is no difrent. Will fight. Very hapy 4 vijay shikhar. Want India to win @ all costs, wid or widou me.”
Don't want sympathy: GambhirThe Telegraph – Mon 11 Feb, 2013 10:03 AM IST
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