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“Come back to coach India” Harbhajan Singh’s message to Gary Kirsten After Pakistan’s World Cup Exit

Harbhajan Singh has invited former South African cricketer Gary Kirsten to come back and coach the Indian team after Babar Azam-led Pakistan was knocked out of the T20 World Cup 2024.

Harbhajan Singh’s message to Gary Kirsten

Former cricketer spinner Harbhajan Singh has urged Gary Kirsten to quit as Pakistan cricket team head coach, a day after the latter claimed that there was “no unity” in the Pakistan cricket team after the T20 World Cup 2024.

Rahul Dravid’s contract as India’s head coach expires by the end of the T20 World Cup, Gautam Gambhir is the frontrunner for the job and appeared in an online interview on Tuesday.

He posted a message on Social media to the former South African cricketer saying, “Don’t waste ur time there Gary .. Come back to Coach Team INDIA.. Gary Kirsten One of the rare.. A Great Coach, Mentor, Honest nd very dear friend to all on our 2011 Team .. our winning coach of 2011 World Cup. Special man Gary.” said on X.

Gary Kirsten spoke about Pakistan’s T20 World Cup campaign saying, “There’s no unity in Pakistan’s team. They call it a team, but it isn’t a team. They aren’t supporting each other; everyone is separated, left and right. I’ve worked with many teams, but I’ve never seen such a situation,” said Gary Kirsten.

Pakistan began their World Cup Campaign after suffering a defeat to the co-hosts United States in a super over after the match resulted in a tie. They lost their next match against India with a six-wicket difference in their second match.

After a seven-wicket win over Canada in their third match, the match between US and Ireland washed out which confirmed Pakistan’s exit from the T20 World Cup.

On the other hand, India won all four matches in Group A and topped the points table. With the group stages over, the Super 8s round is set to begin on June 19. India will be playing against Afghanistan on June 20  at Kensington Oval, Barbados.

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