Harbhajan Singh brutally trolls MS Dhoni fan who is followed by Chennai Super Kings – Check Out!

India suffered a spectacular defeat at the hands of Australia in the WTC Final 2023. Just after India’s defeat, there were criticisms galore on the Indian team for their awful performance.

This is India’s fourth-straight loss in an IPL final and the last time India had won an ICC event was back in 2013, in the Champions Trophy under the leadership of MS Dhoni. But cricket is a sports game and there were other players who had an equal contribution in it. But perhaps a Dhoni fanatic forgot that.

A Twitter user named ShreyasMSDian made a post just after India’s loss which glorified MS Dhoni’s T20 World Cup win in 2007. He said the former India skipper defeated a prime Australian team on his own.

“No coach, no mentor, young boy’s, most of the senior player’s denied to take part. never captained any single match before. This guy defeated prime australia in semifinals and won a T20 World Cup in 48 day’s after becoming captain,” the user wrote.

And in reply, Harbhajan took a massive dig at the user in a sarcastic way. He trolled the user with a reply rich of sarcasm and said only captain gets credit when the team wins, before reminding the importance of a team game, where the entire team either loses or wins.

“Yes when these matches were played this young boy was playing alone from india.. not the other 10 .. so alone he won the World Cup trophies .. irony when Australia or any other nation win the World Cup headlines says Australia or etc country won. But when indian wins it’s said captain won 😂 it’s a team sports. Win together lose together,” Harbhajan replied.

Interestingly, the user who tweeted is followed by Chennai Super Kings. The IPL side CSK is one of 5000+ followers of that account. MS Dhoni is a stalwart of CSK and has won five IPL titles with the side, most recently in IPL 2023.

The Indian team has been a constantly struggling outfit when it comes to ICC tournaments since 2013. And former India player Gautam Gambhir thinks a large portion of the blame lies on ‘hero worshipping’ where he accused individualism of taking over team harmony courtesy of social media, broadcasters and society as a whole.

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