“I am better than Harbhajan Singh” – Former Pakistan pacer Umar Gul takes a dig at Harbhajan Singh

Umar Gul says he is a better batsman than Harbhajan Singh Legends League Cricket 2022

In a funny banter, former Pakistan cricket team’s pace bowler Umar Gul poked fun at former India international Harbhajan Singh, stating that he is a better batsman than Harbhajan.


The former Pakistan pacer Umar Gul is one of the very top bowler to have represented the Pakistan national team in International stages.

Gul recently took part in the recently concluded Legends League Cricket tournament, where he was representing the Asia Lions alongside some of the top Asian legendary cricketers.


Umar Gul did not had a good campaign as he was dropped from the team after initial 2 matches, where he could get only 1 wicket. But, Asia Lions did made it to the final of the three teams competition against World Giants. The other team involving in the competition was India Maharajas.

In an high scoring match at the Al Amarat in Oman, World Giants managed to beat Asia Lions to win the inaugural edition of the tournament.

Umar Gul meanwhile, joined the Legends League Cricket’s media team where he threw some poke shot at former Indian International all-rounder Harbhajan Singh.


During the special video uploaded on Legends League Cricket’s social media feed, Gul stated that he is a better batsman than Harbhajan Singh. He said, “Harbhajan Singh has also batted well, but I have a man of the match performance in a World Cup match and that means that I am better than Harbhajan Singh in terms of batting.”

Umar Gul, Harbhajan Singh Records

Umar Gul made his International debut for Pakistan in the year 2003 during an ODI match against Zimbabwe. He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on the 16th October, 2020. Gul has contributed with the bat as well in some occasions, where as Harbhajan Singh has 2 Test centuries and 9 fifty plus scores in the format.

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