T20 World Cup 2022
Harbhajan Singh Takes A Dig At Pakistan Team With His Dance Moves
By CricShots - Oct 29, 2022 11:02 am
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Former Indian spinner, Harbhajan Singh was seen dancing hilariously to mock the failures of Pakistan in today’s coverage of the 2022 T20 World Cup. Pakistan has lost both of their first couple of matches (one each against India and Zimbabwe). The remaining 3 games in the tournament are all going to do or die for them.

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Harbhajan Singh mocked the Pakistan team

Following Pakistan’s 1-run loss against Zimbabwe on October 23, a Twitter user with handle @Indo_Curiosity shared an amusing video. In the video, the faces of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Hardik, Chahal, and Ravindra Jadeja were morphed onto the bodies of five random people dancing to the tune of the Bollywood song KADI TE HAS BOL VE.

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The hilarious tweet can be seen here:

Reacting to it during today’s coverage of the 2022 T20 WC on Star Sports, Harbhajan Singh imitated the fun dance steps from the clip. Upon being asked by host Suren how Pakistan should approach the remaining three matches of the 2022 T20 WC, Harbhajan again started dancing hilariously, mocking Pakistan Team with no chill at all.

Though it is sure that each Indian fan is loving and sharing the video, the same can’t be said about Pakistan. The Men in Green entered the tournament as one of the favorites and almost all expected them to make it to the semis due to their bowling arsenal suiting the bouncy tracks on offer.

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The tracks have indeed been used well by Haris Rauf, Naseem, Wasim, and Shaheen but the poor batting has left the side virtually knocked out. There are certain chances that the little dig from Harbhajan Singh might trigger Pakistan to do well with the bat, still, their fate still rests on other teams as they will require the Indian team to register a win over South Africa and Zimbabwe to make it past the Super 12 stage of the 2022 T20 WC.

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