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IPL 2018: Sam Billings suggests a career for Harbhajan Singh post retirement

Harbhajan Singh has played three games in the tournament thus far.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh. (Photo Source: Facebook)

Harbhajan Singh is known for his light-hearted nature and someone who knows the art of keeping people engaged through cracking jokes and other hilarious antics. The discarded Indian spinner played ten seasons for the Mumbai Indians (MI) and turned out to be an integral element of the team ever since the inception of the league.

However, Mumbai did not retain him for this season and was subsequently roped in by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the auction of the ongoing edition in Bangalore. Nevertheless, he hasn’t taken much time to gel with the players of the team. Recently, Bhajji along with Sam Billings attended an event by the Hyderabad Industries Limited (HIL).

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The English cricketer posted a picture of their on Instagram and hailed Harbhajan’s nature as an individual. He mentioned that the Punjab off-break bowler should resort to comedy after hanging his boots from cricket.

Here is the post by Billings

An impressive run for Harbhajan and the Super Kings

CSK made their comeback after serving a ban of a couple of years following their involvement in match-fixing scandals. However, they have made a strong statement by decimating oppositions and are currently holding the top position in the league table. They have won four out of their five games and have re-announced themselves in the cash-rich tournament.

Their only defeat came against the Kings XI Punjab in Mohali where MS Dhoni had been seen valiantly trying his heart to take CSK over the line.  Both Billings and Harbhajan have dished out impressive performances in the league.

Billing made his debut for CSK against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and played a match-winning hand, which helped the franchise snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. On the other hand, Harbhajan has only played three games in which he has only picked up a couple of wickets.

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