India has the momentum to win the next test at Southampton, says Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh greets former Pakistan off spinner Saqlain Mustaq on Eid at Trent Bridge. Image Source: XtraTime

Debasis Sen, Nottingham: India has registered a emphatic win by 203 runs in the third test against England at Nottingham today, thanks to some brilliant performances by Indian batsmen and bowlers. Veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh feels that this momentum will help India in the last two matches of the series and this team have the ability to win the series from here.

“I think the momentum is currently with India as the brand of cricket we have played here was just amazing. I have played a lot of matches. It’s very difficult to see a performance where a team’s batting, bowling and fielding have done well together but this Indian team has done that here. We were 0-2 down, but the team has made a remarkable comeback and I think the confidence that Virat & his boys have got from here it will help them in Southampton as well and they will be looking forward to win the test match there as well,” said Harbhajan Singh while interacting with

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