Harbhajan Singh Hilariously Responds To Shoaib Akhtar's Latest Tweet On Second Son

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Shoaib Akhtar took to Twitter to post a picture of his second son. Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh was quick to hilariously respond to the ex-pacer's post

Written By Aakash Saini | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former Pakistani speedster Shoaib Akhtar was known for terrorising batsmen worldwide. In a glorious 14-year career for the Pakistan national side, the right-arm pacer accounted for more than 400 international wickets in all three formats of the game. Apart from sending out toe-crushing yorkers, the cricketer also has a softer side to him as per his recent tweet. Akhtar recently took to Twitter to post a picture of him with his second son. As per the caption in his tweet, the speedster said that he cannot get enough of his second boy. 

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Harbhajan Singh hilariously responds to Shoaib Akhtar’s tweet

Reacting to his tweet, veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also took to the social networking site to congratulate the Pakistani legend. Harbhajan also took this opportunity to hilariously troll his age-old rival. The off-spinner hilariously addressed Akhtar’s speed in a way that left fans in splits. Check out his response to Akhtar’s tweet down below.

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Akhtar heaps praise on team India

Shoaib Akhtar is also active on his YouTube channel where he gives his take and opinions about world cricket. Speaking about India’s performance in the recently-concluded T20I series, Akhtar praised the team’s performance by saying they came out as a much better side against their opponents. He also added that the Indian team proved themselves as 'The Boss' on the field after a fighting performance showed by the visitors. The fast bowler also heaped praise on India’s interim skipper Rohit Sharma by describing him as a ‘great’ talent. In his video, he spoke highly about Sharma’s captaincy in the series and his performance in the second T20I (85 from 43 balls) by saying the right-handed opener can score runs anytime.

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