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This is what Gautam Gambhir said about his future

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Internet Desk: Gautam Gambhir still wants to prove himself in the international level as his performance helped his team Delhi to enter the finals of Ranji Trophy after ten years.

"Keep scoring runs, that is what you can control and you can do. You can't control things which are not in your hands. The only thing you can control is to get a bat in your hand, go out there, perform and score as many runs as possible," Gambhir said.

"That is what you are meant to do and that is what I am trying to do. This year is no difference from what I used to do last year. The motivation is exactly the same. The day I don't feel the same I will not hang around.”

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At the age of 36 Gambhir proving himself time and again in the first class matches but, it will not be a very easy task for the veteran.

"I don't speak to the selectors and I don't need to speak to the selectors. Ultimately, my job is to score runs and that is what I only focus on," Gambhir said.

Last time Delhi made their finals under Gambhir’s captaincy. That year too his performance was the key reasons for his teams success.

"So far it's been decent. Obviously, when you get 600 plus runs it's good. The most important is that you have contributed in the games which are very crucial as well, whether it was the quarterfinal or the semi-final. As a senior player you have to be good in the crunch games and there is still one more game to go," he said about his own form.

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