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Harbhajan Singh Plaha was born on July 3, 1980 in (Punjab) Jalandhar, a former commander of the IPL team Mumbai Indians and Punjab for the 2012-2013 season Ranji Cup. Harbajan Singh, who has the second-largest number of wickets tested by outside stitches in the Indian cricket team, Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan. Harbhang Singh participated in his first international appearance in 1998, and Harbhaing Singh was affected somewhere by investigating the legality of bowling. During 2006 and early 2007, after the elimination of the first round of the 2007 Cricket World Cup in India, in early 2008, it was banned by the International Cricket Council to provoke racism player Andrew Simmonds in Australia. The ban was lifted on appeal and Harbhajan was banned in April from the Indian Premier League in 2008 and suspended from Cricket ODI by the Indian Cricket Control Board for slapping Sreesanth after a cricket match. He won the Padma Shri Award in 2009. His shirt number is 3 in ODI and in T20 he plays for the first time with South Africa and the last twenty with Australia September 28, 2012 Harbhajan singh has taken 413 wickets in test matches and 259 wickets in ODI. Harbhajan Singh is a right-handed man who handed the right arm off the bowler's break. Harbhajan is the second largest test wicket test in the history of India, behind Muttiah Muralitharan Sri Lanka. Harbhajan is the third largest wicket test among all Indians. Five of his men have been won in the awards and both of the series series awards in India bring the Halabhang Singh with an average bowling outside India to 40, but Harpahang Singh Bowling in the test matches is the most effective against the West Indies and Australia, May 2008, in Calcutta, Where he earned 38 wickets in 23 in six trials, in Chennai Harbhajan singh, where he claimed two man match awards, and produced 34 wickets with an average of 25 in five tests. Harbhajan wickets claimed mostly in Mumbai, where he took 22 wicks at an average of 19.45. Compared to Muralitharan, Harghajan Singh captures more than 60% of wickets by catches and less than 25% by bowling or trapping a batsman before the leg.


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