On Sunday, in the final of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI) will be locking horns with each other in Hyderabad. Both the teams have been quite consistent throughout the season and are the most deserving teams to lift the coveted trophy. Ahead of the much-awaited game, the mindset of the players should be great but that doesn’t seem to be the case with Harbhajan Singh.
The off-spinner is one of the most important players in the CSK squad and will play a crucial role for CSK in the final but, Harbhajan seems to be unhappy with his stay in Hyderabad at the moment. Both the teams are staying at the ITC Hotel in Hyderabad which is more often the case during the IPL it seems and Harbhajan is clearly not impressed with their service.
On Sunday a few hours before the final, he took to Twitter to lash out at the Hotel’s service and cleared that their quality of service goes down drastically in Hyderabad. He tweeted, “As much as I love staying with you @ITCHotels in all the other cities ..I hate staying at #ITCKAKATIYA Hyderabad..No one cares about food cooked properly or not.. No one respond to the calls from duty manager to room service..They seems to be to busy for the guests”.
Here’s the tweet:
As much as I love staying with you @ITCHotels in all the other cities ..I hate staying at #ITCKAKATIYA Hyderabad..No one cares bout food cooked properly or not.. No one respond to the calls from duty manager to room service..They seems to be to busy for the guests
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) May 12, 2019
Harbhajan has been the go-to man for MS Dhoni in powerplays to pick wickets in this season. He has been picking wickets regularly especially while playing at the Chepauk, CSK’s home ground. In this season so far, Bhajji has scalped as many as 16 wickets this season playing in 10 matches so far and would love to add more to his tally in the final in order to help his team win the elusive title for the record fourth time.
It will also be interesting to see, the 38-year-old will open the bowling with the left-hander Quinton de Kock opening for Mumbai Indians.