Harbhajan Singh, nicknamed ‘Bajji’ or ‘The Turbanator’ by Indian fans, became the star bowler of the Indian team. Harbhajan, who made his debut for India in 1998, has taken 417 wickets in Tests and 269 in ODIs. He played 20 overs for India and took 25 wickets.
He was part of the Indian team that won the first Twenty20 World Cup in 2007 and the 50 Over World Cup in 2011.He played for the Mumbai Indians with Sachin in the IPL and also won the Champions League title since becoming captain. He played for the Chennai Super Kings after being released from the team.
Harbhajan, who last played for the Kolkata Knight Riders, was recently released by the team for bid. It has been reported that he has decided to retire from all forms of cricket, thinking that the chances of him bidding are slim at next year’s IPL auction.
In this context, Harbhajan made the official announcement yesterday. Announcing his retirement from all forms of cricket, he said he would never forget the days he played for the Indian team. He said it was one of the happiest moments to be part of the Indian team that won the World Cup.
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