India’s famous spin bowler Harbhajan Singh has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. He informed the whole world through his social media account. It is worth mentioning that Harbhajan Singh took 711 wickets for India in 23 years.
Announcing his retirement, Harbhajan Singh wrote on Twitter: “All good things come to an end and today when I say goodbye to this game which gave me everything in life, I want to thank all those who Made this long journey of 23 years beautiful and memorable. “
Harbhajan Singh last played for India in 2016. Speaking of Harbhajan Singh’s international career, he has played a total of 103 Tests in which he took 417 wickets. He took 269 wickets in 236 ODIs and 25 wickets in 28 T20 matches.
Speaking of Harbhajan’s first and last match, he played the first Test against Australia in 1998, and the last Test against Sri Lanka in 2015. He played the first ODI against New Zealand in 1998, and the last ODI against South Africa in 2015. In addition, Harbhajan played his first T20 match against South Africa in 2006 and his last T20 match against UAE in 2016. Speaking of IPL career, Harbhajan Singh has played a total of 163 matches in which he took 150 wickets.
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