Someone's sour. And that someone is Harbhajan Singh.

The off-spinner first tweeted his displeasure at the pitch in Indore - saying that it already looked like it was 'two days old'. He also added his prediction, saying that he didn't think the final India vs New Zealand Test would last for more than three-and-a-half days.

That happened on the 8th of October and everything was fine - till, two days later, a fan questioned Harbhajan complaining about the pitch...

It doesn't take long to figure out that Ankit was questioning Harbhajan's silence on pitches when he took five wickets against Australia in Mumbai and then a total of seven against South Africa in Kanpur.

However, the 'Turbanator', as he is now calling himself (an epithet given by the media), decided to reply...

Now that doesn't seem like it was said in good taste. And going by Harbhajan's calculations, he should have set the Ranji Trophy pitches on fire - irrespective of whether the pitches were spin-friendly or not. This is a player who has taken 417 wickets - and rather than acknowledge his loss in form, sounds a bit desperate to remind fans of his records (and how they could have been greater).

Obviously, it's not just us saying that - Twitter was quite enraged as well.

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