Harbhajan Singh Spends Time With Sourav Ganguly In Kolkata

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Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Thursday took fans down memory lane when he posted a picture with former India captain Sourav Ganguly in Kolkata.

Written By Sreehari Menon | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Harbhajan Singh took his fans down memory lane when he shared a picture with Sourav Ganguly. The former cricketers are in Kolkata to witness the historic Day-Night Test match between India and Bangladesh. Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who hails from Bengal, was recently appointed the BCCI President in October 2019.

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Harbhajan Singh catches up with forever captain Sourav Ganguly

Harbhajan Singh posted a selfie with Sourav Ganguly on his official Instagram account. Bhajji captioned the photo as, “My captain forever our own dada @souravganguly lovely to be back city of joy kolkotta❤️. #Misthiland #mishtidoi.” Fans instantly poured in their love for the duo who reunited at a place where they celebrated some great moments of their career. Earlier, Sourav Ganguly (on his Instagram account) had shared pictures of Kolkata preparing for the pink-ball Test.


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Harbhajan Singh's love for Eden Gardens

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Ind vs Ban First Day-Night Test match

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