“Fixer ko sixer” – Harbhajan Singh engages in ugly spat with Mohammad Amir on Twitter after Pakistani pacer tried to troll Bhajji

Much to everyone's shock, things indeed went quite ugly between the two players who have been part of Indo-Pak rivalry in past.

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 27 October 2021 10:33 am

Pakistan's outstanding 10-wicket win over India has resulted in a huge storm on social media. Although there was tremendous sportsmanship on display between the players and coaching staff after the match in Dubai, it hasn't been the same case with some cricketers of the two countries, who have been a part of this rivalry on cricket field in past.

Much to everyone's shock, things indeed went quite ugly between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir. It all started when the Pakistani pacer tried to troll Bhajji post Pakistan's win over India as he tweeted, "hello everyone woh pochna yeah tha @harbhajan_singh paa ji ne TV to ni tora apna koi ni hota hai end of the day its a game of cricket."

In reply, Harbhajan Singh shared the video of his match-winning six off the bowling of Mohammad Amir during 2010 Asia Cup and hilariously asked, "Yeh 6 ki landing tumhare ghar k tv par to nahi hui thi ??"

Check out the tweet:

 

It was all quite fun until then but things took a nasty turn after that. Mohammad Amir shared an old video of Shahid Afridi hitting Harbhajan Singh for 4 sixes in a Test match, which certainly did not go down well with the 'Turbanator'.

In reply, the 41-year-old asked Mohammad Amir about the infamous Lord's Test in 2010 when the left-arm pacer was found guilty for spot-fixing. Harbhajan Singh was certainly annoyed with Amir and the fact the he brought the match-fixing scandal into picture certainly made things very ugly. He went on to accuse Amir for disgracing the game of cricket by his shameful act.

It all did not end as Mohammad Amir also came up with a tweet few moments later, reflecting on Pakistan's huge win over India. He tweeted, "Bare hi dheet ho talking about my past wouldn't change the fact that tumko 3 din pehle moun ki khani pari. and how about your illegal bowling action mate ab nikal or humko WC win karta dekh. walk over tu nhi mila jao Park me walk karo u'll feel better."

Harbhajan had his final say on the day as he tweeted the video of his six once again with caption "Fixer ko Sixer," to which Amir replied 'Good Night' with another sarcastic remark.

Fans would hope that the ugly spat has finally come to an end and there is no more drama happening after this.