Harbhajan Singh dedicates a song to BBC presenter at Trent Bridge

Harbhajan Singh dedicates a song to BBC presenter at Trent Bridge

Harbhajan is currently on Sky Sports' commentary panel.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh of India. (Photo by Hamish Blair/Getty Images)

Team India is currently playing an ODI series against England. The first match is being played at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. While Sony is the broadcaster in India, Sky Sports is broadcasting the matches in England. The latter has some prominent names in their commentary panel including the likes of Wasim Akram, Kumar Sangakkara David Gower Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain and David Llyod.

Harbhajan Singh, India’s legendary off-break bowler, is also in their commentary panel. The tweaker is a humorous personality and always comes up with unique antics on the social media platforms. In June, he posted a video where he was singing a popular Bollywood song in a music studio. It humorously made Mika Singh, a Punjabi singer, concerned and he requested the spinner to not sing.

However, Bhajji replied by saying that weaving magic with vocal chords isn’t his cup of tea and also requested Mika to meet him. Recently, he dedicated a song to Noreen Khan, a reporter at the BBC network. The journalist praised Harbhajan for the way he says her name. The veteran didn’t disappoint her and pulled off a stunner with his singing skills.

Here is the video:

Harbhajan has had reasons to rejoice in the recent past. He was a part of the Chennai Super Kings’ squad which won the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League. He played for the Mumbai Indians for the first ten seasons, but the franchise released him ahead of this year’s IPL auction. Subsequently, he was roped in by the MS Dhoni-led team and he didn’t let his team down.

Albeit he didn’t pick up a whole lot of wickets, he ensured that he kept the runs in check and help his team restrict its opponents. As far as his international career is concerned, his last appearance was back in 2016 against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the T20 Asia Cup.

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