India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir had a heated argument exchange on Twitter after Pakistan’s 10-wicket win over India in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.
Harbhajan and Amir post as many as 8 tweets in their war of words during which a Harbhajan Singh remind a former Pakistan pacer about the spot-fixing saga in England.
It was Amir who starts the banter by sharing a clip from an old cricket match where former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi smash Harbhajan for a few sixes.
Harbhajan Singh did not hold back and share a still from the Lord’s 2010 Test between Pakistan and England where Amir was guilty of spot-fixing.
Lords mai no ball kaise ho gya tha ?? Kitna liya kisne diya ? Test cricket hai no ball kaise ho sakta hai ? Shame on u and ur other supporters for disgracing this beautiful game https://t.co/nbv6SWMvQl— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) October 26, 2021
Replying to this tweet from Harbhajan, Amir gets low and use derogatory language towards the legendary Indian spinner.
Then Harbhajan Singh did not relent in his opinion of Amir. Taking to Twitter, Harbhajan said:
For people like you @iamamirofficial only Paisa paisa paisa paisa .. na izzat na kuch aur sirf paisa..bataoge nahi apne desh walo ko aur supporters ko k kitna mila tha .. get lost I feel yuk talking to people like you for insulting this game and making people fool with ur acts https://t.co/5aPmXtYKqm pic.twitter.com/PhveqewN6h— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) October 26, 2021
In his last tweet Harbhajan Singh share a video from an old match where he is seen smashing Amir for a six and he caption the post as :
Pakistan cricketers Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir, and Salman Butt were involve in a spot-fixing scandal during Pakistan’s tour of England in 2010.
All three were handed substantial bans, but Pakistan gave Amir a chance to return to international cricket in 2016.
Amir and Asif were found guilty of deliberately bowling no-balls and they were ban from the sport for some time.
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