Fixer Ko Sixer Harbhajan Singh hit Mohammad Amir on Spot-fixing issue
Former Indian spin bowler Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistani pace bowler Mohammad Amir have been embroiled in a war of words. Harbhajan SingHh reminded Mohammad Amir of the 2010 spot-fixing scandal.
HARBHAJAN SINGH “IF INDIA AND PAKISTAN MEET AGAIN IN THIS T20 WORLD CUP THEN INDIA WILL PLAY MUCH BETTER & WIN”
The current controversy started after the Indian team lost to Pakistan in the T20 World Cup on October 24. The war of words between Harbhajan and Aamir started on Twitter with a light remark.India and Pakistan met for the first time in the current T20 World Cup on the 24th. Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in 6 matches full of excitement.
Former Pakistan loud bowler Mohammad Amir tweeted after the embarrass Singh loss to the Indian team. In response to his tweet, former Indian spin bowler Harbhajan Singh shared a video of the 2010 Asia Cup in which he beat India by 7 off Mohammad Amir’s ball. Former Pakistan player Shahid Afridi has been seen hitting sixes in a row.
Fixer Ko Sixer Harbhajan Singh hit Mohammad Amir
Harbhajan Singh then took the controversy a step further. Harbhajan brought up the issue of explicit fixing against Pakistani players in 2010. It was a Test series between Pakistan and England in 2010. There were allegations of explicit fixing against multiple Pakistani players in that series. . Harbhajan shared a photo of the time and wrote: “Lords mai no ball kaise ho gya tha ?? Kitna liya kisne diya ?” Singhh wrote, (How was there a no ball at Lord’s? How much did you take (and) who paid you?)’. Farther he also added “Fixer ko sixer, chal daffa ho ja”
Aamir did not stop replying after Harbhajan’s tweet. He questioned the bowling action of Indian bowlers. Aamir wrote “illegal bowling action” to Harbhajan on Twitter.
At the moment, the two of them have a high level of verbal warfare. This debate will not stop here, it will be understood in time.