Afridi had targeted the serious behavior through his autobiography 'Game changer'
Gambhir said – I am ready to take Afridi to a psychiatrist
new Delhi. There is a continuing round of controversial statements between Shahid Afridi and Gautam Gambhir. Recently Afridi had targeted the serious behavior through his autobiography 'Game changer'. After this, Gambhir told him to take him to a psychiatrist. Afridi has reversed this statement after the serious statement. He said in a program, "Gambhir has a brain problem, if he wants, then I can take treatment in his own hospital. If he has any problem with visa, then I will also try to get the visa soon."
Former India opener, in reply to Afridi on Saturday, said in a tweet, "India is still giving medical visas to Pakistanis for treatment. I am ready to take you (Shahid Afridi) to a psychiatrist here. '
Shahid is kidding
Gambhir wrote in the tweet, "Shahid is a funny person. Well do not let any thing go, but I would definitely say that India is still giving medical tourism visas to the Pakistanis. You come, I'll take you to a psychiatrist myself. '
Shahid wrote – No record of serious name
Afridi wrote in the autobiography 'Game changer', 'The serious and their attitude was the biggest problem. They have no personality. There is no character in the greatest scheme of cricket. They do not have any record, yet they have too much attitudes. Gambhir considers himself a mixture of Don Bradman and James Bond. Afridi also revealed that Gautam was his favorite player in the case of sledding.