Harbhajan Singh Announces Retirement from all competitive cricket
Harbhajan Singh reported his retirement on Friday from all part of competitive cricket. In 2016, Harbhajan Singh wore the Indian shirt for the final time but he was dynamic within the IPL and was a standard voice within the commentary panel.
Harbhajan Singh has been a productive off-spinner for the Indian group. After making an entry into the worldwide field, he went on to require 417 Test wickets in 103 Tests, 269 wickets in 236 ODIs, and 25 wickets in 28 T20Is.
Within the IPL over 13 seasons for Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Rulers, and Kolkata Knight Riders, he has packed away 150 wickets in 163 matches. On Friday, the Turbanator took to social media and was thankful to everybody who backed him all through his 23-year long career.
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