Twitter 'war' between Harbhajan and Aamir, see Bhajji befitting replies

A dangerous war broke out on Twitter between veteran Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir. The battle between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir crossed all limits. Pakistan beat India by 10 wickets in the ICC T20 World Cup at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday, after which the pride of the Pakistani players has been in the seventh sky. Pakistani players are constantly making statements against the Indian team and its players.

The same case began with a tweet by Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir when he shared a video clip of an old Test match between India and Pakistan on YouTube Channel. In this match, Shahid Afridi is hitting four sixes off 4 consecutive balls of Harbhajan Singh. Aamir shared the clip and wondered how this could happen in Test cricket. What was then, Harbhajan Singh also gave a befitting reply to Mohammad Amir reminding him of the spot-fixing scandal. Let us tell you that Aamir was banned for five years for fixing.


After Aamir's tweet, Harbhajan Singh gave a befitting reply and wrote, 'How was there a no-ball at Lord's? How much did you take and from whom? How can no-ball be in Test cricket? You and the rest of your friends should be ashamed for putting this beautiful game to shame.' Harbhajan Singh then shared an old video of himself hitting a six off Mohammad Amir in an Asia Cup match. Harbhajan Singh shared the video and wrote, 'He finds it dirty to talk to such people.' Bhajji then shared a clip of the match in which he hit a six off Mohammad Amir to lead the Indian team to victory. Mohammad Amir also hit back at Harbhajan Singh's words. Mohammad Amir tweeted, 'You are very rude, discussing my past, but it will not change the fact that you have suffered three years ago. Now, look at us winning the World Cup. Don't get a walkover, walk in the park.'


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