If Daredevils feel I'm under-performing, they're free to drop me: Gambhir

27 Apr 2018 07:42 PM

If Daredevils feel I'm under-performing, they're free to drop me: Gambhir

Updated 27 Apr 2018 07:42 PM

autam Gambhir on Thursday stepped down as captain of perennial IPL laggards Delhi Daredevils, saying he just wasn't good enough for the job.
India batsman Shreyas Iyer was announced as the new skipper at the franchise's press conference which was also attended by coach Ricky Ponting and team CEO Hemant Dua.
The 36-year-old Gambhir, however, will continue to be a part of the team for the remaining eight games. The India discard, who led KKR to two IPL titles and played international cricket for over a decade, said he was not able to handle the captaincy pressure.

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