During a brilliant career that spanned 17 years, Harbhajan Singh picked up 711 wickets across all formats of the game.
Harbhajan Singh closed the curtains on his illustrious cricket career on December 24, 2021. The non-spin bowling colossus took to Twitter to announce his decision to retire from the game.
Singh expressed his gratitude to the game which provided him with everything, and also thanked everyone who has been a part of his cricket journey. Singh also added that he had had a wonderful and memorable trip to the game of cricket.
âAll good things come to an end and today as I say goodbye to the game that gave me everything in my life, I want to thank everyone who made this 23 year journey beautiful and memorable. My sincere thanks. Grateful, âHarbhajan Singh tweeted. This tweet from Harbhajan has already garnered over 26,000 likes at the time of writing.
You can see Harbhajan Singh’s tweet below
All good things come to an end and today as I say goodbye to the game that gave me everything in my life, I want to thank everyone who made this 23 year old trip beautiful and memorable.
My sincere thanks ð Grateful .https: //t.co/iD6WHU46MU
– Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 24, 2021
Harbhajan Singh has supported young people a lot: KL Rahul
And, Indian paste KL Rahul praised Harbhajan Singh. Rahul said Harbhajan Singh has inspired everyone and added that the veteran is very supportive of the youngsters on the team.
âHe (Harbhajan Singh) is an inspiration to all. He was very supportive of young people like me when we arrived in the team, âsaid KL Rahul at a press conference.
During a brilliant career that spanned 17 years, Harbhajan Singh collected 711 wickets during his international career in all formats of play. Singh also played 163 matches in the Indian Premier League (IPL), where he played awarded 150 willow carriers. In fact, Singh is the 5th largest box office taker in IPL history. He was also part of two Indian World Cup winning teams.
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