Veteran India off-spinner Harbhajan was involved in a fiery Twitter exchange with Mohammad Amir after Pakistan defeated India t20 world cup matching. It was Pakistan’s first win over Asian arch-rivals in T20 World Cup history as Amir fired a shot at Harbhajan after the match. The joke quickly turned into personal attacks.
In a series of eight tweets between the two, Harbhajan also reminded Amir about the spot-fixing scandal in England in 2010 that resulted in three Pakistan cricketers – Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt being sacked by the International Cricket Council for five. banned. Years from domestic and international cricket.
The veteran spinner had a verbal conversation with Amir and said that he gave a befitting reply to anyone who betrayed his country.
“Who is Aamir I want to know what credentials he has? He is the man who betrayed his own country and fixed the game at Lord’s. He is talking too much about the India-Pakistan match and I gave him a befitting reply,” Harbhajan told India Today.
Harbhajan further urged Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to open schools for people like Aamir.
“We had a joke between me and Shoaib Akhtar and he jumped. That’s a disgrace, he didn’t play this game fairly. I don’t want to talk to such people. I ask the Prime Minister of Pakistan to school for these people.” I also urge to open up where they can learn how to conduct. These people have no meaning or class. They are nobody,” Harbhajan told India Today.
Amir had announced his retirement from international cricket in December last year.
Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets to secure their first win over India in ICC World Cup events. The Men in Blue still remained unbeaten on a 7-0 winning streak in the ODI World Cup, while it is 5-1 in India’s favor in T20Is.