Relive Harbhajan Singh Historic Hat-trick Against Australia in 2001 as he retires.

Relive Harbhajan Singh Historic Hat-trick Against Australia in 2001 as he retires.

Harbhajan Singh became the first Indian to claim a Test hat-trick by dismissing Ricky Ponting (6), Adam Gilchrist (0), and Shane Warne (0) in the 72nd over of Australia’s first innings at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

Harbhajan Singh, a veteran Indian spinner, announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Friday. (December 24). The great off-spinner, who is only the second Indian to take over 700 international wickets. (the first being Anil Kumble). Has opted to call it a day after a 23-year career.

“There comes a time in life when you have to make difficult choices and move on.” I’ve been wanting to make an announcement for over a year, and I’ve been waiting for the ideal moment to share it with all of you. I’ve decided to retire from all forms of cricket as of today. In a video broadcast on his YouTube account, Harbhajan said, “I mentally retired earlier but couldn’t disclose it.”

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Relive Harbhajan Singh Historic Hat-trick as he retires.

Harbhajan Singh made history. By being the first Indian to score a Test hat-trick in the second match of the series. In the 72nd over of Australia’s first innings at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Harbhajan Singh removed Ricky Ponting (6), Adam Gilchrist (0), and Shane Warne (0), sending the crowd into raptures.

After being asked to follow on, ‘The Turbanator’ returned with figures of 7/123 in the first innings and also bowled the visitors out in the closing two sessions of Day 5 to assist India clinch a historic 171-run victory. In the second inning, he went 6 for 73.

After being asked to follow on, ‘The Turbanator’ returned with figures of 7/123 in the first innings and also bowled the visitors out in the closing two sessions of Day 5 to assist India clinch a historic 171-run victory. In the second inning, he went 6 for 73.

“I’m discussing my cricket career. “I grabbed 32 wickets in three matches during that series, which is still a record,” Harbhajan said on Friday about his achievement.

In addition, Harbhajan picked up 15 wickets in the series-deciding final Test – 7 in the first and 8 in the second – as India triumphed by 2 wickets to win the series 2-1.

In 365 international matches, Harbhajan took 707 wickets.

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