Harbhajan Singh & Yuvraj Singh Trigger Childish Giggles With Hilarious Conversation, Spill The Dressing Room Beans

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Two former teammates from a very successful World Cup-winning Team India have combined to make netizens erupt in childish giggles over things that one would feel 'should remain in the dressing room'.

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Updated On:

Two former teammates from a very successful World Cup-winning Team India have combined to make netizens erupt in childish giggles over things that one would feel 'should remain in the dressing room'.

Taking to Twitter, Harbhajan Singh on Monday was piqued by a tweet by a handle simply called @Fact which said the following:

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The tweet clearly caught Bhajji's attention and he decided to tag his friend. Making a joke about Yuvraj, Harbhajan Singh asked whether these pills, if they really exist, can be ordered online for Yuvi, thereby spilling the dressing-room beans:

"Really ? can I order some for Yuvraj Singh?," Harbhajan wrote, adding many many laugh-out-loud emoji. 

However, Yuvraj Singh is not one to shy away from banter, whether related to things that are directly cricket or otherwise. He wholeheartedly agreed that the consignment of pills can be ordered but added a rider that he and Harbhajan would share them. Here's the reply:

Scarcely believing the hilarious converstion unfolding before them, netizens were left in splits and showered the duo with numerous comments:

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Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh's fondness for each other is very well known. The pair have played together at virtually every level of cricket starting as early as in the Under-14s. When Yuvraj retired recently, Harbhajan Singh said that for him, Yuvi's contributions were greater than many legends, as without his contributions, India would not have won the World Cup in 2011. Yuvraj had been the Man of the Tournament.

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