Why does Gavaskar get annoyed with Pakistani Miandad?

Pakistani cricket legend Javed Miandad says he considers former Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar a great player and salutes him.
In a video released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Sunday, Javed Miandad said that former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar faced all the great bowlers in the world, including Dennis Lilly and Jeff Thompson.
He advised the current cricketers to “do your cricket well and follow [the good] cricketers.”
Highlighting his relationship with Sunil Gavaskar, Javed Miandad said that the former Indian captain used to play very attentively and he used to try to amuse his attention from the game.

The former Pakistan captain said, “I remember I used to tease him [Gavaskar] a lot. Kept talking, kept talking I used to say that the catch would come to me and he would listen. ‘
According to Miandad, Gavaskar often got angry after being out and called him bad.
“How many times did he get out, poor thing?”
According to Miandad, after Gavaskar was out, he used to say, “He keeps talking, keeps talking, does not keep quiet.”

Gavaskar played Test and ODI cricket for India from 1971 to 1987. He scored 10,122 runs in 125 Tests at an average of 51.12 with the help of 34 centuries and 45 half-centuries.
The former Indian captain represented India in 108 ODIs and scored 3,092 runs with the help of one century and 27 half-centuries.
Miandad, on the other hand, represented the Pakistani cricket team from 1976 to 1993 and scored 8,832 runs in 124 Test matches with the help of 23 centuries and 43 half-centuries.
The former Pakistani cricketer has played 233 ODIs for Pakistan in which he scored 7,381 runs at an average of 41.70. He has scored eight centuries and 50 half-centuries in ODIs

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