The Indian Premier League has been the most famous sports league that has even happened within Asia and it has even been competitive with the NBA leag
The Indian Premier League has been the most famous sports league that has even happened within Asia and it has even been competitive with the NBA leagues, as they both are having the same amount of fans cheering up their players both on and off screen. Given with such popularity, the Indian Premier League does have some other faces and controversies that definitely made many people see what happened at first place. Many such incidents happened in the past seasons of IPL and below mentioned is one among them. It is the Slap controversy in the IPL Involving Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh.
The Slap controversy in the IPL Involving Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh
It’s about a slap, yes, you heard it right. It’s a slap which a senior most Indian cricketer did to a fellow cricketer on field and it was even recorded. It was definitely an ugly spat for the former Indian pacer named S Sreesanth, who got slapped by none other than the skipper and spinner named Harbhajan Singh.
They both went with an argument and it resulted with Harbhajan Singh slapping S Sreesanth on the ground. With lakhs of audiences watching the match live. This slap incident happened after the team for which both the players were represented with lost a match. They were the key players for the team named Kings XI Punjab.
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Sreesanth was found to be boasting about the victory in the form of words. Which did make Harbhajan turn offensive at first place? As a result, the spinner turned to slap Sreesanth.
S Sreesanth was captured crying on the field and it became the biggest joke of the year. Many people started making memes and videos out of it. There was an unconfirmed news that came later that Harbhajan Singh went on and apologized. He apologized for his ridiculous behaviour to Sreesanth within the dressing room.