'Bhai Sahb itni angreji' - Harbhajan Singh gives Mohammad Kaif a tongue-in-cheek moment

Harbhajan Singh has always been in talks due to his happy go lucky personality.

Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Kaif
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Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Kaif. (Photo Source: Getty Images and Instagram)
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India’s veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh used to be the mainstay of the team’s bowling line up back in his prime days. His incredible skills and techniques have given many match-winning moments to India. Moreover, he is a jovial personality, and his camaraderie with fellow teammates is a thing to watch out for on social media. He doesn’t even leave a stone unturned to take a dig on posts of fellow cricketers.

In the latest turn of events, he pulled Mohammad Kaif’s leg on his latest Tweet. Mohammed Kaif took on his Twitter handle to talk about India’s embarrassing performance in the recently concluded pink-ball Test. Even after maintaining a decent lead, the Indian side fell like a pack of cards on the third day. The team registered its lowest ever in the Test history after getting wrapped up on merely 36 runs.

Talking about the performance, Kaif posted- “36/9 came on a bright sunny Adelaide morning and not at twilight as many feared. Pink or red ball, Test match batting is all about correct technique and temperament. Limited over games or limited time at nets can’t prepare you for a Test.”

Seeing the use of fine English by his teammate, Singh couldn’t hold his nerves and posted- “Bhai Sahb itni angreji,” with laughing emojis.

Harbhajan Singh pulls Kaif’s leg

Talking about the disappointing Test, the first innings remained in India’s favour as bowlers brought their A-game on the table. Even after scoring less, India had a lead in hand as Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, and Ravi Ashwin displayed their sheer class in Adelaide. However, what followed next was a series of failures and utter disappointment.

India bundled up on just 36 runs to register its lowest ever in the longest format of the game. Hosts had an easy victory by eight wickets on the same day and are up with a 1-0 lead in the Border Gavaskar series. It would be a thing to see how India bounce back in the upcoming Boxing Day Test at Melbourne without the services of their skipper Virat Kohli.