Team India veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is not only cheating with the ball on the field but also full active on social media.
Team India veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is not only cheating with the ball on the field but also full active on social media. He continues to share photos and videos related to his professional life as well as his personal life. Not to mention how viral the video that was recently shared while playing cricket in the gully has gone. While our bhajji has recently gone into the past memories. Recalls fond memories of the Under-19 World Cup. Harbhajan posted a photo on Twitter of the 1997-98 Under-19 World Cup in South Africa. This photo shows Bhajji along with two Pakistani cricketers from the Under-19 World Cup.
Bhajji captioned the photo ‘Pehchano to Mane’ (Remember us). However Harbhajan Singh can be easily remembered in this photo. But the other two cricketers are a little harder to remember. Imran Tahir, a former Pakistan Under-19 cricketer currently playing for South Africa, is seen in the photo without a shirt. Another Pakistani player is Hassan Raja. Tahir, who is currently the top spinner in the South African team, was born and raised in Pakistan. He represented the country in the Under-19 national cricket team. He later immigrated to South Africa with his family and settled there. As for Hasan Raja, he has played some international matches for Pakistan in the past. As for the 1997-98 Under-19 World Cup, India and Pakistan could not reach the final of the tournament. However, in the league match played in Durban, India won by 5 wickets over Pakistan. Bhajji, who bowled 7 overs in the match, took the crucial Shoaib Malik wicket.
Pehchano to maaane .. U-19 World Cup days 1998/99 pic.twitter.com/2iawM1dSUK
– Harbhajan Turbanator (bhaharbhajan_singh) December 10, 2021
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