Gautam Gambhir
Gautam Gambhir and Harbhajan Singh are pictured in this file shot.

During the period from 2003 to 2012, Gautam Gambhir and Harbhajan Singh played 132 matches for India in Tests, one-day international cricket (ODIs), and Twenty20 internationals (T20Is).

In the wake of Harbhajan Singh’s retirement announcement on Friday, former India opener Gautam Gambhir took to Twitter to express his disappointment. According to the former left-handed batsman, those who think cricket is all about batting should have a look at Harbhajan Singh as an off-spinner. “If you believe cricket is becoming a batsman’s game, then you should look at your own career. @harbhajan Singh, you are a great superstar! Gambhir tweeted about it.

Between 2003 and 2012, Gambhir and Harbhajan played 132 matches for India, including 37 Tests, 73 ODIs, and 22 T20Is.

Kumar Sangakkara is still only the second Indian cricketer to take more than 700 international wickets, after Anil Kumble, after his retirement from international cricket.

“My 23-year journey with the game that has given me everything in life has come to an end today, and I would want to thank everyone who helped make it so beautiful and memorable. Thank you with all my heart. I’m thankful “On Twitter, Harbhajan announced his retirement.

In addition to being the first Indian to score a Test hat-trick, off-spinner Sachin Tendulkar was instrumental in India’s victories in the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 2011 ODI World Cup.

Speaking about my cricketing career..” When I became the first Indian to take a hat-trick in Test cricket in Kolkata, I was overcome with pleasure. I took 32 wickets in three matches throughout the series, which is still a record.

“Most importantly for me was winning the 2007 World Cup and then claiming World Cup glory in 2011. I shall never forget these special occasions. On his YouTube channel, Harbhajan said, “I can’t describe it in words how much enjoyment I felt from it.”

His career finished with 417 wickets in 103 Tests as an off-spinner, who retired from international cricket in 2016. Harbhajan played 236 one-day internationals for India, taking 269 wickets. Twenty20 internationals he took 25 wickets for India.

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