Harbhajan Singh reacts to Venkatesh Prasad and Aakash Chopra debate over KL Rahul flop show ind vs aus test series


KL Rahul is continuously running flop in test.
Rahul has been removed from the post of vice-captain.

New Delhi. India has trailed Australia (India vs Australia) 2-0 in the 4 Test series. But the criticism of team selection is not taking the name of closure. After the flop show of opener KL Rahul, the displeasure of the fans is clearly visible. Not only this, a heated debate also took place between the two Indian veterans on this issue. This debate has added fuel to the fire of the people. The debate may have stopped but whoever supported Rahul Gandhi has come under the troll army.

Former India cricketer Venkatesh Prasad, who lashed out against KL Rahul by tweeting one after the other. After which Akash Chopra wanted to support Rahul. There was a long debate between the two veterans, but Prasad put in front of the people the video of Akash in which he criticized Rohit Sharma in 2012. However, Chopra also deleted that video to defend himself, but by then it was too late. At the same time, now former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also spoke about this issue. He has also supported KL Rahul.

Everyone is having fun – Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh said in his YouTube video, ‘Rahul should play or be dropped. The debate about this has caught fire on social media and many of our former cricketers have joined the debate. Except those who are really passionate about cricket, everyone else is just having fun.

Kapil Dev again raised the question on the fitness of Rohit Sharma, said – looks overweight…

He further said, ‘I request all of you to understand that no matter how KL Rahul is playing, he is still an Indian player. He is our player and we need to respect him. I think he needs some time to reflect on some aspects of his game. I can only understand how he must be feeling amidst all this.

Tags: Aakash Chopra, Harbhajan singh, India vs Australia, KL Rahul, team india, Venkatesh Prasad

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