India’s veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is very active on social media and is often seen interacting with his teammates. Recently, Harbhajan Singh pulled Mohammad Kaif’s leg on his latest Tweet.
Well, it happened after, Mohammad Kaif took to his Twitter and expressed his thoughts over India’s embarrassing performance in the recently concluded first day-night Test in the Adelaide Oval. Even after maintaining a decent lead, the Indian cricket team suffered a tragic defeat at the hands of Australian bowlers. Team India registered its lowest-ever scores in the history of test cricket after getting wrapped up on runs.
Talking about the performance of India, Mohammad Kaif wrote:
“36/9 came on a bright sunny Adelaide morning and not at twilight as many feared. Pink or red ball, Test match batting is all about correct technique and temperament. Limited over games or limited time at nets can’t prepare you for a Test.”
Here, check out the Tweet:
36/9 came on a bright sunny Adelaide morning and not at twilight as many feared. Pink or red ball, Test match batting is all about correct technique and temperament. Limited over games or limited time at nets can't prepare you for a Test.
— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) December 20, 2020
The tweet soon caught the attention of Harbhajan Singh, who came up with an epic reply on the same. Seeing the use of fine English by his teammate, Harbhajan Singh couldn’t resist pulling the legs of his friend. He wrote:
“Bhai Sahb itni angreji,”
Here, check out the tweet:
Bhai Sahb itni angreji 😋😋😝 https://t.co/cihQTS7nkd
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 20, 2020
Talking about the performance of the Indian cricket team, the Indian skipper opted to bat first after winning the toss and managed to put up a total score of 244 runs on the scoreboard, riding on the back of an incredible knock of 74 runs by Virat Kohli.
However, after Virat’s dismissal, team India had gone from 188 for 3 to 244 all-out. However, Team India bounced back as the bowling unit weaved magic on the field as Australia were all out on 191/10 by the end of Day 2. Team India managed to take a lead of 53 runs, however, a horrible collapse happened on Day 3 and the Indian batting line-up were bundled-up at 36/9, their lowest Test innings total. The Indian cricket team lost the game by 8 wickets as Australia easily chased down the target of 90 runs.