The old foes, Harbhajan Singh and Shoaib Akhtar, are now the thickest of friends off the field. Meanwhile, in the latest event, the veteran off-spinner of India, Harbhajan Singh sends his birthday wishes to Pakistan’s Rawalpindi Express.

The raw-paced and one of the greatest ambassador of fast bowling, Akhtar is celebrating his 43rd birthday. Meanwhile, surprisingly, Harbhajan took to Twitter to wish the speedster.

God Bless, Shoaib Akhtar: Harbhajan Singh

The fights between Harbhajan and Pakistan players have always been the prime headliner. Off all, the battle between the veteran off-spinner and the king of the fast bowling, Akhtar remained as the major crowd-puller.

Shoaib Akhtar, Harbhajan Singh
Shoaib Akhtar (Credits – Getty Images)

However, both have become good friends after Pakistan’s excellent bowler bid adieu to the game. The classy fast bowler has now become a regular contact of many Indian players and even attended Indian shows as well.

Digging into Harbhajan’s tweet, it read ”Happy birthday Shoaib. God bless.” He furtherly added a picture of both which surfaced in an entertainment show.

Shoaib Akhtar is currently out of the cricketing action but always engages himself in representing Pakistan in interviews and provides his valuable insights owing to the game of cricket.

He always urged Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for searching a raw talent in the local regions and was successful in bringing the board do the required stuff in search for quality pacers.

Shoaib Akhtar, Harbhajan Singh
Shoaib Akhtar (Credits – File)

An astonishing record of Shoaib Akhtar:

The legendary fast bowler from Pakistan still holds the record of registering fastest-ever delivery in International cricket. He clicked at a top speed of 161.3 kph which is still the highest in cricket history.

On a concluding note, Akhtar’s career has always been endured with controversies, injuries and the strong performances. Though his controversies pushed him out of the team, his performances kept the selectors on a quiet note.

He is also one of the few Pakistani players to feature in Indian Premier League (IPL).

Concluding, birthday wishes pour in from the cricketing world for such a stalwart of the game.