IPL 2018: What is Harbhajan Singh’s mission before facing Mumbai Indians for the first time ?

Harbhajan Singh joined CSK and will play against  MI in the first match

Harbhajan Singh joined CSK and will play against MI in the first match

XtraTime Web Desk: Harbhajan Singh the Indian off spinner played major part of his career with Mumbai Indians and won the Indian Premier League three times with them. He also holds the record of the second highest wicket taker in test cricket.

After playing for 10 years with the Mumbai Indians Franchise he was bought by the Chennai Super Kings for IPL 2018. And the rousing IPL 2018 opener between last year’s winner Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings is a match filled with emotions for Harbhajan Singh.

It is not going to be an easy match for either of the teams as both the teams are well balanced and powerful in all sectors – both batting and bowling. Both are favourites to win the tournament this year.

But it will not be easy for the Sardar who had played for the opponents for a decade. Harbhajan Singh, who is 37 now, had played the major part of his peak with Mumbai Indians.

He stated, “It’ll be a game full of emotions for me given that this was my home ground for the first 10 years.”

The opening match of the IPL is played at the Wankhede Stadium on the 7th of April

He told the CSK fans that emotional barriers will not stop him from giving his 100% and that he will give his best

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