When Harbhajan Singh’s Sixer Becomes Anger To Shoaib Akhtar, The Response Is Viral

Whenever India and Pakistan face each other on the cricket field, the excitement is at their peak. However, many controversies often arise in these matches, which will last a long time in the minds of fans In the game, players from both sides advance to win their entire lives. At the same time, the atmosphere of the match is so hot that players clash with each other. A similar incident occurred in the 2010 Asia Cup match between India and Pakistan. In the last over, the match became more exciting, where Harbhajan Singh gave Mohammed Amir six consecutive sixes to give the team a memorable victory. There was a heated argument between Harbhajan and Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar during the match.

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10 years after the match, Akhtar had revealed that Harbhajan Singh had gone to his room to fight with him after the match. He said, ‘I reached the hotel room looking for him to fight with Harbhajan. They eat food with us, we traveled together in Lahore, we have the same culture. He was my Punjabi brother and yet he treated us badly? I thought I’d go to a hotel room and quarrel with them. He knew Shoaib was coming, but I couldn’t find him. I calmed down again and the next day he apologized to me.

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Batting first, Pakistan scored 267 in their allotted overs. Salman Butt and Kamran Akmal played fifties for the team. Shoaib Malik and Shahid Afridi also scored a run. Fast bowler Praveen Kumar took three wickets for India. In response to the 268-run target from Pakistan, India were moving towards the target based on Gautam Gambhir and Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s innings, but the team’s innings was shattered in the middle. The team struggled to 219 for six, but then won by three wickets with the help of Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh.

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