Bhajji and Viru engaged in a raillery on Twitter, Sehwag’s claim of record went foggy

Harbhajan Singh occupied with neighborly chitchat with previous Indian cricket team  colleague Virender Sehwag, after Viru bragged his batting record against spinners. Previous India opener Virender Sehwag shared a TV ad of a glue on Twitter, relating it to his batting execution against spinners. Bhajji was quick to  respond and fogged Virender Sehwag's claim and stated, that the forceful batsman was just great against the Pakistani spinners.

Recently Sehwag posted an old advertisement video of Pidilite fevicol and captioned it "Maine toh bas 14-15 saal spinners ko Chipkaya, par yeh to 60 saal se Chipka rahe hain! (I shattered spinners for 14-15 years, but pidilite fevicol has been fixing things for the past 60 years),"

Harbhajan had a very witty and forward reply for Viru on his post; "Viru teri Pakistan ke khilaaf average 91 thi, par har spinner Pakistani nahi hota." You can check out the post and Bhajji's reply here;

The 36-year -old off-spinner was also seen sneering the Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist lately.

Harbhajan got an hat-trick in 2001 Kolkata test against Australia. Lately, when Jaspreet Bumharh claimed his hat-trick in West Indies test series and became the third Indian cricketer to claim hat-trick, Bhajji's 2001 hat-trick again came into the limelight.

To this Adam Gilchrist replied with an impudent tweet, saying about the absence of DRS method at that time when Bhajji claimed his hat-trick. Bhajji didn't took it well and replied "U think u would have survived for long if not first ball? Stop crying over these things mate..thought u would talk sense after ur playing days.. but few things never change u r the prime example of that. Always crying."

Harbhajan last appeared in the T-20 International match against the UAE and has played a total of 103 test matches and 236 One day matches till date.

by Lokendra Sharma | Fri, Sep 06 - 03:49 PM

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