Harbhajan Singh hasn’t resigned from worldwide cricket yet. In any case, he hasn’t played for India since 2016 either. His appearance for the nation arrived in a T20I against the UAE in Asia Cup 2016.
From that point forward, the off-spinner has turned to discourse and highlights in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He has been playing for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) since 2018 under MS Dhoni.
Besides, with group India proceeding onward from him long back, it appears to be extreme for the Harbhajan to make a rebound. Be that as it may, the Punjab player hasn’t surrendered the expectations yet and is prepared to play for his nation once more.
He feels that in the event that he can do well against the top players in the IPL, at that point there is no motivation behind why he will come up short at the universal level.
“I’m prepared. On the off chance that I can bowl well in IPL, which is a troublesome competition for bowlers in light of the fact that the grounds are littler, and all the top players in world cricket play in the IPL… it is trying to bowl against them and in the event that you can do well against them in IPL, you can do well in universal cricket. I have bowled overwhelmingly in the powerplay and center overs and got wickets,” he said while addressing ESPNCricinfo.
Selectors feel I am excessively old, says Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh has been doing admirably in the IPL throughout the years. He is the third-most noteworthy wicket-taker in the money rich class with 150 wickets to his name in 157 innings at an economy of 7.05.
Or maybe he is the most efficient bowler (7.68) in the powerplay since IPL 2017. In any case, the 38-year-old is harmed that the selectors have quit thinking about him.
“They won’t take a gander at me since they feel I am excessively old,” he said. “Likewise I don’t play any residential cricket. [In the] Last four-five years they didn’t see me despite the fact that I was doing admirably in the IPL, taking wickets and I had every one of my records to back my case,” the offie further included.
He likewise proceeded to guarantee that every single worldwide group don’t flaunt the quality the IPL groups.
“In worldwide cricket, not all groups have quality players like IPL groups, where each group has a best six which is acceptable. Indeed, Australia, England, India have all got excellent batting line-ups.
Be that as it may, on the off chance that I can get Johnny Bairstow and David Warner in IPL, wouldn’t you say I can get them in universal cricket? Yet, it isn’t in my grasp. Nobody comes and converses with you in this current Indian set-up,” Harbhajan Singh said.