Harbhajan Singh India’s spinner bowler retires
The 41-year-old from Punjab, who started his career in 1998, has taken 417 wickets in 103 Tests in his cricketing career, Harbhajan Singh has taken 269 wickets in ODIs and 25 wickets in 28 T20 matches.
Harbhajan Singh India’s spinner bowler retires from all forms of cricket by tweeting, “Everything is over and today as I bid farewell to the sport that has given me everything in my life, I want to say thank you to all those who made me 23 ” Make the year-long journey beautiful”.
All good things come to an end and today as I bid adieu to the game that has given me everything in life, I would like to thank everyone who made this 23-year-long journey beautiful and memorable.
My heartfelt thank you 🙏 Grateful .https://t.co/iD6WHU46MU
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 24, 2021
Harbhajan Singh made his debut in a one-day match against New Zealand at the Sharjah Stadium in 1998. And the last match was played in 2016 in Dhaka, United Arab Emirates.
Indian team’s fourth-highest wicket-taker is Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh has contributed a lot to the Indian team. He is the fourth-highest wicket-taker for the Indian team, before him, there are three bowlers who have achieved such a feat, the first bowler is Anil Kumble and the second bowler is Kapil Dev and the third bowler is Ashwin, Harbhajan Singh is the fourth-highest wicket-taker. Taker, he has 417 wickets.
Harbhajan Singh said some words?
If you ask me about my cricket career, my first real pleasure was the hat-trick taken in Kolkata, becoming the first Indian bowler to do so in a Test match. I also took 32 wickets in three Test matches in that series, which is still a record. Those were the moments I can neither forget nor express in words how great that joy was to me.
The great Kumble remains the country’s top spinner after Harbhajan Singh
in the 2000s. Where he took a hat-trick in the famous Eden Garden Test in Kolkata. He dismissed Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist, and Shane Warne in successive deliveries in what is arguably his most famous Test win of all time.