'Harbhajan Paji ne Tv to nai toda apna?' - Mohammad Amir takes a dig at former spinner on his 'walkover' comment

‘Harbhajan Paji ne Tv to nai toda apna?’ – Mohammad Amir takes a dig at former spinner on his ‘walkover’ comment

Harbhajan added that Pakistan should give a walkover to India, recently.

Mohammad Amir and Harbhajan Singh
Mohammad Amir and Harbhajan Singh. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

The fateful night of 24 October will always remain in the hearts of Indian fans as their nation slipped to a 10-wickets victory against Pakistan in an embarrassing manner. Ever since the much-awaited clash was on cards, various experts and fans were putting in their opinions about it and former cricketers were the active part of the discussion.

Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh said to Shoaib Akhtar before the match that Pakistan should give India a walkover in their contest for October 24. However, as soon as India lost the match clinically, Akhtar was back with his jibe on the former spinner.

In the same line of events, now former speedster Mohammad Amir has taken a dig on Harbhajan’s comment. He added that whether the former cricketer has broken his TV as at the end of the day, it’s a game of cricket, and anything can happen.

“Hello everyone, woh pochna yeah tha @harbhajan_singh paa ji ne TV to ni tora apna? koi ni hota hai. end of the day it’s a game of cricket,” Amir tweeted.

Mohammad Amir takes a jibe at Harbhajan Singh

Talking about India’s loss, various cricket experts came in line to express their disappointment and Sunil Gavaskar called it absolute hammering. On the other hand, Ashish Nehra called that what Pakistan has done against India has given all a chance to admire them. Pakistan, India, and New Zealand stand to be absolute favourites from Group two, reckoned the former Indian pacer.

“It’s not a big loss. The loss is an absolute hammering as far as India is concerned. Hopefully, India will pick themselves up quickly because that’s important. You’ve got to forget what has happened in this game and focus on the next few matches,” said Sunil Gavaskar on India’s embarrassing loss.

“Those who weren’t already considering them favourites to reach the semi-finals were underestimating Pakistan. And you are talking about T20s. In their pool, there are three strong teams India, Pakistan, and New Zealand. But in the T20s, anyone can beat anyone. The manner in which Pakistan won, people will stand up and take notice,” said Nehra while reflecting on India’s loss on Cricbuzz.

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