Harbhajan Singh

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The turbanator grew slowly and steadily in the shadows of Kumble and went on to become one of the greatest Indian off-spinners of all time, managing 413 scalps, reaching the feat of 400 test wickets in 96 test matches. His career was filled with controversies and injuries of all sorts, but his performance always made sure he was selected again. Also an effective batsman, he has to his name 2 Tests centuries. He came into spotlight during the 2001 Border-Gavaskar trophy, which India won, where Harbhajan managed to take 32 wickets and was one of the central figures because of which the historic victory was possible. 


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