Slapgate row: Sreesanth opens up about his relationship with Harbhajan after 14 years – OdishaTV

A strange controversy erupted between India teammates -S Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh during the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008.

There was a fight between Kings XI Punjab’s Sreesanth and Mumbai Indian’s Harbhajan. The incident came to light after Sreesanth was seen crying on the field after the match. The incident even resulted in Harbhajan being banned from the rest of the competition.

However, the animosity between both the players has dissolved after 14 years. Now Sreesanth has said that he has always been friends with Harbhajan and is indeed grateful to the former spinner for supporting him since his days as a national player.

“We have always been friends. This was just a misunderstanding and the media made a big fuss. I will just say that Bhajji pa has supported me from the beginning in every way, even recently with feedback tips. He has supported me and helped me a lot and I am very grateful to him. There is this song, ‘Tere jaisa yaar kaha’, that is my relationship with him,” said Sreesanth during his recent interview with a sports channel.

In particular, Harbhajan had expressed regret for his action that day.

“What happened was wrong. I made a mistake. Because of me, my teammate had to face the shame. I was ashamed. If I had to correct a mistake, it was the way I treated Sreesanth on the field . It shouldn’t have happened. When I think about it, I feel there was no need,” Bhajji had said.

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