Legends League Cricket 2023: WATCH – Harbhajan Singh shakes a leg with Suresh Raina on ‘Naatu Naatu’ track
Legends League Cricket (LLC) 2023 has reached its enterprise finish with solely a handful of matches left to be performed within the thrilling competitors. Wednesday night time witnessed the second-last fixture of the league stage between India Maharajas and World Giants at West Finish Park Worldwide Cricket Stadium in Doha.
Although the Maharajas misplaced the competition by three wickets, however they saved the leisure stage on high. In the course of the sport, Harbhajan Singh, who led the facet within the absence of Gautam Gambhir, and Suresh Raina, confirmed their dance strikes to the well-known ‘Naatu Naatu’ track from the film RRR. Notably, the viral track recently won the Oscar award in the perfect track class.
The official Twitter deal with of Legends League Cricket shared the video wherein each Harbhajan and Raina will be seen having fun with and showcasing their dance expertise with ‘Naatu Naatu’ being performed within the background.
Right here is the video:
These are some candy toes, I let you know what! 😍@IndMaharajasLLC @harbhajan_singh @ImRaina #LegendsLeagueCricket #SkyexchnetLLCMasters #LLCT20 #YahanSabBossHain #IMvsWG pic.twitter.com/Kv9y1ss6bs
— Legends League Cricket (@llct20) March 15, 2023
Brett Lee, Chris Gayle propel the Giants to a complete win over the Maharajas
Regardless of shedding the match, each Harbhajan and Raina had an excellent outing. Whereas Bhajji returned figures of 1 for 29 in his quota of 4 overs, Raina ended up scoring 49 runs off 41 balls with the assistance of two fours and three sixes.
Raina’s knock helped India Maharajas to put up 136 for 9 in 20 overs after Aaron Finch-led World Giants gained the toss and opted to bowl first. Veteran pacer Brett Lee was the choose of the bowler for the Giants, bagging three wickets whereas conceding 18 runs. Equally, Chris Mpofu and Tino Greatest additionally scalped two wickets apiece.
In response, the Giants gunned down the goal in 18.4 overs, courtesy of Chris Gayle’s sensible half-century. The ‘Universe Boss’ smashed 57 off 46 balls, together with 9 fours and a most. Other than Gayle, all-rounder Shane Watson additionally shined with the bat, smashing 26 off 16, that includes 5 boundaries.