Shoaib Akhtar calls out Harbhajan Singh on Twitter after India lose to Pakistan

Shoaib Akhtar calls out Harbhajan Singh on Facebook after India lose to Pakistan

Shoaib Akhtar calls out Harbhajan Singh after Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets at Abu Dhabi on Sunday.

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam put India to bat after the coin flipped in his favor. India’s batting lineup dismantled as they lost three wickets in the powerplay overs. Rishabh Pant and skipper Virat Kohli took the innings forward. The two put up a good show by scoring a partnership of 53 runs. Kohli scored 57 runs as India ended at 151/7 after the completion of 20 overs.

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Pakistan on the other hand had no problem chasing the total. They started dealing in sixes and fours right from the beginning. The two scored 152 runs as Pakistan won the match comfortably by 10 wickets with 13 balls left. Mohammad Rizwan was unbeaten at 79 runs while skipper Babar Azam was unbeaten at 68 runs.

Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh and former Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akhtar were invited in a talk show conducted by Aaj Tak at UAE yesterday. Harbhajan Singh was confident enough that India are going to seal the victory against arch rivals Pakistan. He even said that there was no way Pakistan are going to beat India are his nation is ahead in almost every department. Shoaib Akhtar on the other hand continued to say that Pakistan are a very unpredictable team and can beat any nation while on the pitch. They have a good set of talented youngsters and can do it against any opposition.

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After India lost the match to Pakistan, Shoaib Akhtar tweets: “Kahan ho yaar Harbhajan Singh?”.

Shoaib Akhtar calls out Harbhajan Singh after Pakistan get a handsome 10 wicket win against arch rivals. This clearly depicts that the game of cricket is uncertain and anything can happen in between 22 years.

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