CricketWanted To Play For Punjab Franchise In Last 2-3 Years Of My IPL Career, Says Harbhajan Singh
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Harbhajan Singh has been the best off-spinner in the history of IPL, nowadays he is doing commentary on Star Sports. The IPL game is something where we see the best stars of cricket scoring big runs and taking wickets on the field of play, but in the commentary box we also get to hear their funny stories.

Harbhajan Singh, who grew up in Punjab, started his cricket career from there. From there he was selected for the Indian team and he won the World Cup with the Indian team. But despite coming from Punjab, he could never be a part of the Punjab Century team in the IPL.

The first season of the IPL, which started in 2008, was part of the Mumbai Indians team since then and he spent 10 years in the team, captained Sachin, saw the captaincy of Ricky Ponting and also played under captaincy of Rohit Sharma.

During the match between Chennai and Bengaluru on Monday, Harbhajan Singh was asked a question on Star Sports. The question was whether you were happy playing for Mumbai Indians or did you want to play for Punjab Kings?

Harbhajan is often known for speaking his heart out and his style of replying was similar. “Look, I didn’t get a chance to play for Punjab, so I can’t say much,” Harbhajan said.

“When two or three years game was left in me, I thought I should play for Punjab. The last one that I had a little bit of talent left was useful for Punjab, but the 10 years that I played for Mumbai Indians were very memorable moments, such fun memories and won four trophies, I can not forget that moment for the rest of my life.”

Harbhajan Singh played 157 matches for Mumbai Indians and in those matches he took 147 wickets and with power hitting batting skills, many times he won the match for the team. He is the third highest wicket-taker for Mumbai after Lasith Malinga and Jasprit Bumrah.