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We're still tough to beat at home - Harbhajan

India offspinner Harbhajan SIngh talks to the media ahead of the first Test against Australia in Chennai (00:00)

February 21, 2013

Posted by umairasgharbutt on (February 22, 2013, 8:21 GMT)

short term memory loss bajji eng just beat you and what about pak 2-1 in odi's !

Posted by JustIPL on (February 22, 2013, 0:36 GMT)

It was so but now no more. Aussies dependence on fast bowling may cost them the series but still Indian batsmen have to show that they are good against whatever pace is left on pitches like Ahmedabad and get reverse swing going like Umesh. Aussie pacemen have to prove that they are professional and if they fire then they can earn a whitewash as a result for the liking of aussie fans in particular.

Posted by Biggest_Cricket_Fan on (February 21, 2013, 22:21 GMT)

Can someone close to him remind about the shoreline with England as recently as few months back. I guess he really need to focus on cricket rather than showing off his SUV to reporters. Bhaajji, if you don't remember that, the score line was 3-1 and ENGLAND WON THAT SERIES....

Posted by AvidCricFan on (February 21, 2013, 22:19 GMT)

Not very hard to beat India at home if his performance doesn't improve. He is more talk lately than substance. The key guys who took India to number one position are not in the team. Dravid, VVS and Kumble made huge difference.

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