“This Is The Only Way”- Harbhajan Singh Posts A Hilarious Video Of How Bowlers Can Dismiss The In-form David Miller

Former Indian cricket team off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has been quite active on social media after his retirement, He is one of the cricket experts for Star Sports, and on social media, he regularly shares his views on the recent happenings in the cricket world. Recently, Singh posted a tweet for the South African cricket team star David Miller.

The first game of the five-match T20I series between the Indian cricket team and the South African cricket team is in the history books, where the Proteas emerged victorious by seven wickets, riding on an excellent 131-run partnership between Miller and Rassie van der Dussen for the fourth wicket.

Miller remained not out on 64 runs off 31 balls. The left-handed batter smacked four fours and five sixes in his match-winning performance. Fans should note that Miller won multiple matches for the Gujarat Titans in the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League, and he continued his top form in T20Is as well.


Sharing a video of how bowlers can dismiss him in his current form, Harbhajan Singh wrote on Twitter:

“Looks like this is the only way one can stop @DavidMillerSA12 ! What an amazing form he is in!”

The video which Harbhajan posted was from a tournament happening outside India, where the bowler pushes the batter on purpose while he was taking a run, and the batter got run out at the striker’s end.

It’s a lot of hard work over the years: David Miller comments after winning Man of the Match award

David Miller was adjudged the Man of the Match for his match-winning knock against the Indian cricket team in Delhi. Here’s what he said at the post-match presentation:


“I think it’s a lot of hard work over the years. While chasing, you need two players to play a part and Rassie played phenomenally well at the back end with some big overs.”


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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