There is a time when Indian fast bowlers are just a joke to the world. India only produces batsmen and quality spinners only. Now the time has changed and we are now standing tall against the world’s quality fast bowlers. Even clive Llyod said that he can’t imagine that India will produce quality fast bowlers like Australia, England, New Zealand, South Africa.
India’s ace spinner Harbhajan Singh appreciates the Indian bowling lineup. He is highly impressed by the fast bowling lineup, speedsters like Siraj, Shami, Bumrah, And Bhuvneshwar Kumar have earned the respect from around the globe. Harbhajan Singh is a better Indian spinner and also part of the 2011 and 2007 T20 World Cup-winning squad.
Harbhajan Singh currently played for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL and there are chances that he may take retirement from all forms of cricket. He is one of the most respectable spinners yet also controversial one but still, India loves Turbanator.
Harbhajan Singh opens up about his view on India’s bowling line-up
Harbhajan Singh appreciated the Indian bowling line-up. He said, “Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, and Mohammed Siraj… what an outstanding bowler. In the time to come, he will be India’s No. 1 bowler. With him, I feel Shardul Thakur will return because in South Africa you will require a seamer who can bat as well. Along with them, we shall certainly see R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja playing, and perhaps, Axar Patel could also be seen operating with them. He further added Well done to Team India for winning the Test series against New Zealand, who looked a completely different unit than the one which turned out at the World Test Championships final,” said the India off-spinner.
Harbhajan Career analysis
Harbhajan Singh played for Punjab in the domestic circuit. ETA before India in 1998 and part of three World Cup. He married Geeta Basra a prominent Indian actress and boh also has a daughter. Harbhajan Singh played for Mumbai Indians till 2017 and won 3IPL is with them.
The right-hand offspinner played 107 test matches and took 417 wickets. Into the 6ODI matches, he took 269 wickets, in 28 T20 international matches he took 25 wickets. He also went to Asia Cup for India in 2010 when he hit a six off Shoaib Akhtar to win the tournament.
Harbhajan Singh is also part of various controversies when he slapped Sreesanth in IPL. He also gave up the fitting reply to Mohammad Amir in a recent brawl between both of them. I wouldn’t Singh is an aggressive offspinner bowler and we may see him in a new role in the upcoming IPL as he may join some franchisee as a mentor.