Harbhajan Singh announced his retirement, played last game for India 5 years ago

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Harbhajan Singh announced his retirement, played last game for India 5 years ago

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  • Harbhajan played 103 test matches for India and took 417 wickets.
  • Harbhajan is the third tallest carrier in the tests after Anil Kumble and Ashwin.

Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Harbhajan gave this information through a tweet. He wrote: “All good things come to an end and today I say goodbye to the sport that has given me everything in life. I want to thank everyone who made this 23-year journey beautiful and memorable.” With folded hands, sincere thanks to all of you. “

Harbhajan also released a video alongside the tweet in which he spoke about his 23-year journey in cricket. Harbhajan played India’s last match in 2016 against the United Arab Emirates on March 3 and has been without Team India ever since. Harbhajan, who made his international debut on March 25, 1998, played 103 test matches for India and took 417 wickets. In ODI too, Bhajji played 236 matches and took 269 wickets. He also had the opportunity to play 28 T20I matches for India and took 25 wickets in his bag.

Harbhajan is India’s third tallest carrier in tests after Anil Kumble and R Ashwin. In IPL too, Harbhajan has taken 150 wickets playing for Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders.

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