Harbhajan Singh, the veteran Indian spinner announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. On December 24, he took to Twitter and ended his 23-year long cricket journey.
Harbhajan Singh wrote announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. He tweeted about the news and wrote, “All good things come to an end and today as I bid adieu to the game that has given me everything in life, I would like to thank everyone who made this 23-year-long journey beautiful and memorable. My heartfelt thank you 🙏 Grateful”.
He also shared a video along with the message. The video contained Harbhajan’s farewell speech, memories in Indian jersey where he recalled his involvement with all his teams so far including the Punjab side and IPL teams. He thanked his parents and said the cooperation from parents helped him to take the journey successfully.
Harbhajan Singh also talked about a few on field moments that gave him the most joy. He picked the hattrick at Eden against Australia in 2001 as the most memorable moment of his cricket career and then he recalled the T20 World Cup win in 2007 and World Cup win in 2011. One of the finest spinners in the history of Indian cricket, Harbhajan Singh says goodbye to the game with 417 Wickets in Test, 216 Wickets in ODI, 25 Wickets in T20I, and 150 Wickets in the Indian Premier League.