Harbhajan Singh, Mohammad Amir get involved in a Twitter brawl

The duo had a heated exchange after Pakistan’s 10-wicket over India in the 20-20 World Cup

Harbhajan Singh, Mohammad Amir ( Image Credit: Twitter)

Former India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir were involved in a heated Twitter banter after Pakistan managed to beat India for the first time in the 20-20 World Cup. The Men in Green had given joy to a lot of former Pakistan cricketers, experts, and fans by putting on a brilliant performance against their archrivals.

Amir was also one of the many fans who were ecstatic with his team’s performance. Amir took to Twitter and trolled Harbhajan Singh, who before the match had said that Pakistan should give India a walkover, by posting an old video of the India-Pakistan match, where Shahid Afridi was seen smashing the off-spinner for four sixes. In the Tweet, Amir poked fun at Harbhajan for conceding sixes of consecutive balls in Test cricket.

Never to hold back, Harbhajan hit back at Amir, reminding him of the unfamous Lords Test, where Amir had deliberately bowled a no-ball for which he was handed a five-year ban. “Lords mai no ball kaise ho gya tha ?? Kitna liya kisne diya ? Test cricket hai no ball kaise ho sakta hai ? Shame on u and ur other supporters for disgracing this beautiful game” tweeted Harbhajan.

Seeing this Tweet from Harbhajan, Amir started to use crass language, to which the former India off-spinner gave a fitting reply. “For people like you @iamamirofficial only Paisa paisa paisa paisa .. na izzat na Kuch aur Sirf paisa..bataoge nahi apne desh walo ko aur supporters ko k kitna mila tha .. get lost I feel yuk talking to people like you for insulting this game and making people fool with ur acts.”

In the last Tweet, the cricketer-turned-expert shared an old video of him smashing Amir out of the park. He also captioned the post by saying, “Fixer ko sixer.. out of the park @iamamirofficial chal daffa ho ja.”

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