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T20 World Cup 2021: Harbhajan Singh hits out at Pakistani journalist who trolled him during his spat with Mohammed Amir

Harbhajan Singh recently made headlines for his take on Mohammad Amir.

Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is quite an active personality on Twitter. He doesn’t shy away from expressing his opinions openly on social media. In the wake of India’s defeat at the hands of Pakistan, Harbhajan Singh’s tweets have been going viral.

The Turbanator has been making the headlines for taking on Pakistani cricketers on Twitter. As if that wasn’t enough, he also started to give epic replies to journalists on Twitter. The drama unfolded when Harbhajan savagely said Pakistan should give India a walkover before their match against India since they can’t beat them.

Ahead of the game, Pakistan have never beaten Team India in a World Cup. However, Pakistan proved the Indians wrong by letting their performances do the talking. Pakistan registered a comprehensive 10-wicket win over India and got off the mark in style.

In the wake of the defeat, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar was the first one to troll Harbhajan Singh for his remarks. While it all ended in an amusing banter between the two, it turned out to be serious later on.

Meanwhile, Mohammad Amir posted an old video of Harbhajan Singh conceding four sixes in a Test match against former Pakistani captain Shahid Afridi. Harbhajan didn’t hold back and then an ugly spat followed between the two.

Harbhajan Singh slams Pakistani journalist who took a dig at him

While the online battle between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir hogged the limelight, fans from both nations extended their support for their players. Meanwhile, a female Pakistani journalist had reposted the video of Harbhajan Singh being taken to cleaners by Shahid Afridi.


Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh gave a cheeky reply to the journalist as he shared a video of him and Zaheer Khan smashing Afridi all around the park in a Test game. “For ur reference anpad (illiterate) journalist,” Harbhajan wrote.

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