What started off as friendly banter between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir quickly devolved into a violent brawl. On the heels of Pakistan’s 10-wicket victory over India in a T20 World Cup 2021 match in Dubai, the notable India spinner and the former Pakistan pacer unleashed a no-holds-barred verbal attack on one other on Twitter late Tuesday night.
Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir exchanged eight comments in their. Twitter feud, with the veteran India off-spinner reminding the Pakistan left-arm seamer of the spot-fixing controversy in England, which forced Amir’s cricket career to be interrupted for half a decade.
It all started when Amir tagged Harbhajan in a tweet questioning how he was coping with the defeat after. Pakistan’s first-ever victory in any World Cup match against India after 12 straight losses.
However, The India off-spinner, who has had a running spat with former. Moreover, Pakistan seamer Shoaib Akhtar, retaliated by sharing a video of him smashing a six against the left-armer to help India win the 2010 Asia Cup.
Above all, Amir responded with a video of Shahid. Afridi hammering sixes off. Harbhajan in a Test match, which appears to have enraged the off-spinner and converted the banter into an ugly brawl.
A still from the 2010 Lord’s Test between Pakistan and. England, in which Amir was found guilty of spot-fixing, was provided by Harbhajan.
Therefore, “No ball kaise ho gya tha, Lords? Kisne kisne kisne kisne kisne kisne kisne kisne ki No ball kaise ho sakta hai in test cricket? Shame on you and your fellow followers for bringing this lovely game into disrepute (What occurred in Lords? Whose money was it that was involved? In Test cricket, how do you bowl a no ball? ), “Harbhajan Singh Harbhajan Singh Harbhajan Singh Harbhajan
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