Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar taunted Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh by recalling Singh’s ‘walkover’ remark that he gave a few days before the iconic clash between Pakistan and India. In the remark, Singh said that ‘Pakistan should give India a walkover’, hinting that Pakistan will lose to India.
After Pakistan crushed India, Shoaib was quick to tease Singh by tagging him in a tweet.
Shoaib, in a video message that was addressed to Harbhajan, said “Haan Bhajji? Harbhajan Singh. Walkover lena hai? Nahi lena? Acha. Chalo, kya karsakte hain yar. Relax yar, enjoy the day. And, bardasht karo (Harbhajan Singh. Do you still want a walkover? No? Okay. Well, what can one do? Relax, enjoy the day. And, bear with it).”
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Harbhajan Singh later congratulated Pakistan by re-sharing Akhtar’s video message.
Pakistan defeated India for the first time in a World Cup match by 10 wickets last night, making history.
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