Sad news for Harbhajan Singh fans!!
Harbhajan Singh is the start player from Chennai Super Kings team but he slated for the retirement after IPL 2020.
In a recent twitter post, Harbhajan Singh announced about his retirements from all forms of cricket after IPL 2020. Previously Singh played for Mumbai Indians (MI) and shifted to Chennai Super Kings(CSK) 2 years ago.
Harbhajan Singh, an Indian Internation Cricketer, born on 3 July 1980, commonly known as Harbhajan or Bhaji plays all forms of cricket. He has another nickname outside India i.e ‘The Turbanator’, which means procuring his skills as a bowler in terminating the innings of the opposition. Being a Sikh, he wears Turban while getting into the play.
He is a spin bowler and scored the highest number of Test wickets till the date. He made his debut for One Day International and Test in 1998. In the beginning, his career got affected by investigations into the Legality of his Bowling Action and disciplinary incidents. At the age of 39, he played for India in the Asian Cup T20 at the United Arab Emirates in the year 2016. In 2015, Singh played for India against Zimbabwe under ODI series and later he did not participate in International Tournaments for India. He served as a former captain of IPL team for Mumbai Indians and Punjab in earlier 2012. He won India’s Fourth Civilian honour award i.e Padma Shri in 2009.
After 10 years relationship with Mumbai Indian, he was into Chennai Super Kings team. So, IPL 2020 will be the last season, the audience can see Harbhajan Singh playing.