Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir Swap Beards in Ugly Twitter Line | Cricket News


What started as a light dig has turned into a nasty social media row between Indian spinter Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistani coach Mohammad Amir. The duo fought on Twitter late Tuesday and into the early hours of Wednesday, just days after Pakistan’s victory over India in their 2021 T20 World Cup opener. The feud began with Harbhajan responding to a tweet from Amir on October 25, where the latter mocked the former about Pakistan’s 10-wicket victory over India.

In response, Harbhajan shared a video of the 2010 Asian Cup, where he scored the winning points for India against Pakistan at Amir’s bowling alley.

Amir retaliated by sharing video from a 2006 test match in Lahore where Shahid Afridi beat Harbhajan for four consecutive sixes.

However, things quickly took a turn for the worse, as Amir’s tweet was not well received by Harbhajan, who reminded the former Pakistani coach of his involvement in the 2010 rigging scandal in the Lord’s Test against the England.

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“Lords mai no ball kaise ho gya tha ?? Kitna liya kisne diya? Test cricket hai no ball kaise ho sakta hai? Shame on you and your other supporters for dishonoring this beautiful game,” Harbhajan tweeted. (“How was there a ball without a ball at Lord’s? How much did you take (and) who paid you? How can someone deliver a ball without a ball in Test Cricket?”)

Harbhajan would tweet a few more times with a photo of Amir’s infamous no ball in the 2010 Lord’s Test and another video of his six wins against Pakistan in the 2010 Asian Cup.

Amir also did some digs in Harbhajan and asked the Indian “how about your illegal bowling action” in a tweet.

The tweet referred to Harbhajan’s bowling alley reported for suspicious action in the past before it was cleared.



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