Indian Spinner Harbhajan Singh declares retirement from cricket


Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Friday took to online media to declare his retirement from all types of serious cricket. Harbhajan is affectionately recollected of his shocking presentation of bowling in the noteworthy 2001 Border-Gavaskar series of 32 wickets in 3 matches to resuscitate his cricketing vocation.

Harbhajan Singh is among the couple of players who have been essential for India's notable world cup wins in 2007 (T20) and 2011. He got 7 wickets, bowling in extreme stages in the debut T20 World Cup while drove the twist bowling assault in 2011 as India outmatched chief adversaries Pakistan in the semi-last prior to beating Sri Lanka in the last.

Quite, his last worldwide appearance returned 3016 in a T20 global. Harbhajan took 417 wickets in 103 Tests, which is at present the fourth generally number of wickets by an Indian bowler in Test Cricket.



The 41-year old Indian spinner, who highlighted in not many matches during the primary period of the last IPL for Kolkata Knight Riders, didn't play a game in the UAE leg of the association.

Harbhajan has consistently shown distinct fascination with preparing players and that was additionally his job in his later years with Mumbai Indians, where he spent a productive decade.



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