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Yuvraj Singh And Harbhajan Singh Indulge In A Hilarious Banter On Twitter

The Coronavirus pandemic has halted the cricketing schedule around the world. With not much happening in the cricket world, the cricketers are forced to spend their time on social media and are often seen indulging in hilarious banters.

Recently, Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh were involved in a banter, where the duo expressed their disappointment towards the Indian cricket team’s previous selection committee led by former India wicketkeeper MSK Prasad.

Well, it all started when a fan page of Yuvraj Singh made everyone nostalgic by recalling the memories of Yuvraj Singh. The fan page of Yuvraj Singh had shared a few pictures of Yuvraj Singh after he became the 5th Indian cricketer to represent team India in 300 ODI matches. The fan wrote:

“#OnThisDay in [email protected] became the 5th Indian Cricketer to represent India🇮🇳 in 300 ODI matches! Azharuddin, Sachin, Dada, and Dravid are the first Fours. He was given a Presentation for achieving this feat.#Legend”

Here, check out the tweet:

Yuvraj Singh was quick to take notice of the fan and come up with an amazing reply to it. In his tweet, Yuvraj Singh thanked Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian skipper, along with the first batch of his selectors for giving him the opportunity to represent India. He wrote:

I think we should all thank @SGanguly99 and the first batch of my selectors for giving me this opportunity!”

Here, check out the tweet:

The tweet was soon flooded with reactions from the fans of Yuvraj Singh. Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also took notice of the tweet and came up with a hilarious reply on it.

In his reply, Harbhajan Singh took a dig at the MSK Prasad led selection committee. He asked Yuvraj:

“Anything for the last batch?”

Here, check out the tweet of Harbhajan Singh:

To which Yuvraj Singh replied: “Lol no comments”

Here, check out the tweet:

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