Tino Best rips apart Harbhajan Singh on Twitter, here's why!
Harbhajan Singh's post on Twitter wasn't taken well by former West Indies cricketer Tino Best, as the latter took a dig at the ex-Indian spinner. Harbhajan made an unnecessary comment ridiculing the performance of West Indies in the first Test, which they lost against India by an innings and 278 runs. Post Best's comment, fans too lashed out at Harbhajan Singh.
Bhajji ridicules WI team, Best responds in a classy manner
West Indies were bowled out twice inside two days as Indian spinners ruled the roost. Harbhajan was left unimpressed by the team and questioned the quality. He stated that the current West Indies squad isn't even worthy of competing in the Ranji Trophy Elite tournament. Best then hit back and took a pot shot at India's dismal show against England during the recent tour.
Bhajji's question followed by Tino's answer
Hey bro didn’t see these cocky tweets vs England 🤷🏾♂️ .... but anyhow the young men will learn 🙏🏾— Tino95 (@tinobest) October 6, 2018
Dismal performance by India against England
India have been horrible in their last three tours of England. After being belted in 2011 and 2014 under MS Dhoni's leadership, India were also hammered in 2018. India suffered a 1-4 bashing in the hands of England. Best, quickly, pointed out that these tweets by Harbhajan were not seen during the series against England. Fans also didn't like the comment by the off-spinner.
Our take: Bhajji's behavior deserves criticism
Bhajji's comment on Twitter was not in good taste. West Indies have of a young bunch of players and they need to use the current series as a learning curve. Even during the England tour, West Indies came out strong as they won a match against The Three Lions. Without any doubt, they can script a similar story against India in the second Test.
India face West Indies on October 12
India take on West Indies in the second Test starting October 12 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Fans can watch the match live on the Star Sports Network in both English and Hindi commentary.