‘Na izzat, na kuch, sirf paisa’: Harbhajan Singh slams Pakistani pitcher Mohammad Amir as war on Twitter turns sour


Pakistan made history Sunday, October 24, beating India by 10 wickets in their 2021 ICC T20 Men’s World Cup meeting. It was Pakistan’s first victory over India. during a World Cup and that is why this victory was celebrated not only by millions of Pakistani fans, but also by cricketers. Hours after Pakistan’s loss to India, ex-Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir searched ex-Indian Harbhajan Singh on social media and the war of words between the two former cricketers turned very ugly on Twitter.

Amir took to Twitter and searched Harbhajan, asking him if he broke the TV or not after India was defeated.

Harbhajan was quick to respond to Aamir’s tweet: “Now are you going to say things too? Did that six land on your TV at home?” attaching a video of him slamming six against Pakistan.

The war of words continued between Amir and Harbhajan, with the two cricketers shooting each other in a series of tweets. Amir mocked Harbhajan with a video of him being hit for 4 sixes on 4 balls by Shahid Afridi. But Harbhajan did not remain silent and criticized Mohammad Amir for the “Lord’s Test No-Ball” rigging incident in 2010.

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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.

Pakistani skipper Babar Azam and opening partner Mohammad RIzwan fought superbly on Sunday to help Pakistan beat India by 10 wickets at Dubai International Stadium.

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