Now, five years later, Sreesanth says that the entire incident was planned and that Harbhajan Singh was a "backstabbing person". This is what made him cry that day (Media report)
With Indian players focusing their mind on planning such incidents, is it surprising that they lose more than they win?
You are right. Whatever happened had happened. Harbhajan was punished. Banned for a year. Lost money. Any reminiscent of an unfortunate incident after passage of so much time, does show that Sree is not focusing on bowling. Both of them lost their forms. Indian cricket had apparantly lost two good bowlers temperorily. Now it appears that the team had lost both. By not commenting on Sree's blurb, Harbajan is showing restraint and hence a curable case. Whereas, Sree does not come out like he would ever wake up. Unfortunate that talented persons are focussing on wrong things.
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I think, both Harbhajan and Shreesanth are very very emotive. They never suppress their emotion like a Rahul DraviI. Sourav was first to induce emotion in Indian cricket . His flinging of shirt from Lord's balcony is still vivid in Indian mind. Sourav's stern and rude and intelligent handling of apparent gentleman Steve Waugh taught them a lesson in 2001. Harbhajan was then Sourav's one of the chief lieutenants . Harbhajan played with all emotions, as it was natural, he would have spats with Australians like Andrew Symonds etc. But at the same time Harbhajan was on a roll. But, in case of Shreesanth, this cannot be said. He played with all colors of emotions like being a furious fighter, laughing baby, emotive shouters , street smart taunters but lacked the performance and consistency of Harbhajan. in that match when Harbhajan's Mumbai Indians lost to Shreesanth's King's XI Punjab, the two outstanding bundle of emotion met in dressing where Shreesanth consoled him. The Senior patriot