T20 World Cup / Harbhajan Singh reminds Mohammad Amir of Spot Fixing Scandal in Test Cricket as Twitter battle turns ugly

Zoom News : Oct 27, 2021, 06:34 AM
T20 World Cup | There was a fierce debate on Twitter between Team India's senior spinner Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir, this Twitter war of both of them crossed all limits and threw mud at each other fiercely. It started with Mohammad Amir's tweet when he shared a YouTube clip showing Shahid Afridi hitting Bhajji for four consecutive sixes in the Test India-Pakistan Test match. Sharing this clip, Aamir wrote that how can this happen in Test cricket, on which Bhajji reminded Amir of the spot-fixing scandal, due to which Amir was banned for five years.

In response to Aamir's tweet, Bhajji wrote, 'How did the no ball happen at Lord's? How much was taken and who gave? Test cricket is no ball how can it be? Shame on you and the rest of your comrades, you put this beautiful game to shame.'

After this tweet of Bhajji, he wrote that he finds it dirty to talk to such people. After this, Bhajji shared the clip of the match, in which he gave victory to Team India by hitting a six off Mohammad Amir's ball.

Amidst all this, Mohammad Amir wrote, 'You are very cool, you are talking about my past, but this will not change the fact that you had to face three first. Now watch us win the World Cup. Walk over is not found, go walk in the park itself. Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in their first match in the ongoing T20 World Cup. Pakistan also registered a five-wicket win against New Zealand on 26 October. Pakistan reaching the semi-finals now looks almost certain.