Afridi wrote in an autobiography: Gautam Gambhir and his attitude was the biggest problem.
He wrote in the book – Gambhir has no big record in cricket, but Attitude is very much
Sports desk Pakistan's former cricketer Shahid Afridi has done many revelations while launching his autobiography 'Game changer'. Afridi has also commented in this book about his field battle with former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir. He wrote in the autobiography that Gambhir has no personal personality. They consider themselves a mixture of Sir Don Bradman and James Bond. Afridi said that Gambhir's attitude can not be said to be competitive. In fact, he was full of negativity in his playing days.
Afridi wrote about his seriousness in his autobiography, "Some competitions are personal, so some professionals. There was something similar in the case of serious. That and his attitude was the biggest problem. Those, who have no personality of themselves. Those, who do not have any character in the greatest scheme of cricket. They do not have any record, yet they have too much attitudes. Seriously consider themselves a mixture of Don Bradman and James Bond. They behave the same way. "