The Twitter banter between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir turns ugly; Harbhajan calls Amir an insult on cricket

Earlier Harbhajan was also engaged in banter with Shoaib Akhtar. That however ended on a very positive note with Harbhajan congratulating the Pakistan side for their victory over India.

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The match between India and Pakistan got over on Sunday, but its aftershock can still be felt on social media, as former Indian and Pakistani players continue getting involved in banters. One of these banters turned ugly between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammed Amir, as the Indian spinner ended up bringing back the controversial match-fixing issue from the past to silent Amir.

What started as friendly banter, turned ugly when the Pakistani pace bowler decided to share a clip in which the former Pakistani Skipper Shahid Afridi was seen smacking Harbhajan Singh for a few sixes. The pacer also wrote on the tweet, that 4 sixes in consecutive balls is a little too much to be conceded in test cricket. Following which the Spinner decided to take a jibe at the fixing incident for which Mohammad Amir was suspended from the sport. Sharing a still from the incident Harbhajan Singh called Amir a shame. He wrote, “Shame on u and ur other supporters for disgracing this beautiful game.”

The situation worsened as Amir started using disgraceful language towards Harbhajan. Further pressing his fixer’s point, he shared another post, calling Amir an insult to the game. In his last tweet, to rub salt on the wounds he had opened, Harbhajan shared a video of himself smacking Amir for a six, he captioned it: “Fixer ko sixer… out of the park”

Earlier Harbhajan was also engaged in banter with Shoaib Akhtar. That however ended on a very positive note with Harbhajan congratulating the Pakistan side for their victory over India.