Harbhajan Singh Picks Two Mumbai Indians Captains As Best-ever Players Of The Pull Shot

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Harbhajan Singh picked Rohit Sharma and Ricky Ponting as his favourite pullers of the cricket ball as he ignored some big names of the game. Read to know more.

Written By Jatin Malu | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The coronavirus pandemic has brought everything to a halt. Major sports tournaments have been cancelled which includes the much-anticipated 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020). Due to the cancellation of on-field activities, cricketers have been extremely active on social media.

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Harbhajan Singh picks Rohit Sharma and Ricky Ponting as his favourite pullers

The International Cricket Council have also been quite active on social media. They have been asking fans several questions to keep interacting with them. Recently, the ICC asked fans about the the player who pulls off the pull shot perfectly in international cricket. They asked fans on whom amongst Vivian Richards, Virat Kohli, Ricky Ponting and Herschelle Gibbs does so. All these players are masters of the pull shot and to pick one between them was a difficult choice.

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Immediately, fans started taking their picks. A notable name who had his pick is India cricketer Harbhajan Singh. Harbhajan Singh surprisingly picked his former captains at the Mumbai Indians franchise, Rohit Sharma and Ricky Ponting as his favourite pullers of the cricket ball. Interestingly, Rohit Sharma wasn't in the choices provided by the ICC but even then Harbhajan Singh took Rohit Sharma's name. 

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