Move over ‘Naagin Dance’, Harbhajan Singh has shared a new dance move
The quirky 'Naagin Dance' found its way onto the middle in the third match of the series when Bangladesh chased down a mammoth total of 215 runs against Sri Lanka.
Updated - Mar 20, 2018 7:53 pm
When the Bangladesh players pranced around on the Cricket field after their historic victory against Sri Lanka, the world got to witness a brand new dance form. The ‘Naagin (Snake) Dance’ became a rage and millions worldwide were entertained. Now, it’s Indian spin master, Harbhajan Singh who has some new dance moves to share with his fans. Bhajji recently took to Twitter to share a video showcasing some bizarre dance moves.
The recently concluded Nidahas Trophy, celebrating Sri Lanka’s 70 years of freedom, was a thrilling tournament, to say the least as India clinched the trophy on Sunday at the Premadasa Stadium. Bangladesh, who made it heroically to the finals, had an excellent tournament.
The quirky ‘Naagin Dance’ found its way onto the middle in the third match of the series when Bangladesh chased down a mammoth total of 215 runs against the hosts. The moves came after Bangladesh keeper-batsman, Mushfiqur Rahim hit the winning runs for his team.
Harbhajan Singh shares hilarious dance video
Harbhajan Singh is known for being his sense of humour and he wasn’t going to be the one to miss out on the opportunity of sharing new, funny dance moves. In a tweet, he posted a video of a man dancing away to glory with some weird moves. The 37-year old also took the liberty of naming the dance as “Bichhu” (Scorpion) Dance. The veteran spinner captioned the hilarious video as “After Nagin dance s success we present you this bichuu dance.. Enjoy ur weekend guys.”
Check out the dance video Bhajji posted below:
After Nagin dance s success we present you this bichuu dance.. Enjoy ur weekend guys ✌️ pic.twitter.com/eILFcVWTMt
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) March 17, 2018
While all three teams put up their best performances in the T20 tri-series, the tournament was embroiled in controversy as an ugly fracas erupted on-field during the virtual semi-final between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. With both teams being continually involved in verbal altercations and Bangladesh skipper, Shakib Al Hasan almost recalling his batsmen from the play. Both teams eventually credited their flare of tempers to a healthy competition and the hunger to win. India eventually won the series in a nail-biting final against the Bangladesh side, riding on the last ball sixer hit by Dinesh Karthik.