Gautam Gambhir wants to become the coach of Team India… said – there is no greater honour than this

Orhan Wadia
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Gautam Gambhir is the front runner in the race to become coach KKR won the IPL trophy under Gambhir's coaching In Abu Dhabi, Gautam expressed his desire to become a coach in response to a question

New Delhi. Former Indian cricket team opener Gautam Gambhir wants to become the coach of Team India. Gambhir says that this will be the biggest honor of his career. Under Gambhir's mentorship, Kolkata Knight Riders recently won the IPL title. Gambhir, who has won the IPL trophy twice for KKR under his captaincy, is leading the race to become the coach of Team India. However, has he applied for this post or not? Nothing is clear about this yet. Neither Gambhir has said anything about this nor has anything been clarified by the BCCI. Gambhir expressed his desire to become the coach of Team India in Abu Dhabi.

Gautam Gambhir, while answering a question related to Team India at an event in Abu Dhabi, said, 'I would love to become the coach of the Indian team. There is no greater honor than becoming the coach of your national team. You are representing 140 crore Indians and people around the world and when you represent India, what can be bigger than this?'

Gautam Gambhir has been a part of the world champion team twice. He has been a member of the team that won the T20 World Cup in 2007 and the ODI World Cup in 2011. Under his captaincy, KKR won the IPL trophy in 2012 and 2014. Gambhir also explained how Team India can become a world champion. He said that there are 140 crore Indians who will help India win the World Cup. According to Gambhir, 'If everyone starts praying for us and we start playing and representing them, then India will win the World Cup.'

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