Indian legendary spin bowler Harbhajan Singh has confirmed his participation to play the 2nd season of the Legends League Cricket (LLC), scheduled to be held in September 2022. India’s most successful off-spin bowler, Harbhajan Singh was a spin wizard with the ball during his time and he is known for getting into fierce rivalries with top batsmen.
Bangladesh ex-captain & Legend, Mashrafe Mortaza also confirmed his participation in the upcoming season of LLC. He is one of the biggest names in Bangladesh Cricket and has won many matches with his all-round performances. Ex West-Indies cricketers, Lendl Simmons, and Denesh Ramdin also joined the league’s player draft for the upcoming season.
Talking about Harbhajan Singh, his professional rivalry on the pitch against Australia has provided him the some of the best moments in his career. On joining Season 2 of the Legends League Cricket, Harbhajan Singh said, “it makes me feel supercharged to be back on the ground and play with the global legends of the game. I am looking forward to September eagerly.”
An excited Raman Raheja, co-founder, and CEO of Legends League Cricket, also expressed his delight over Harbhajan’s joining Season 2 of the league.
“With great excitement we welcome Harbhajan to the team. We missed him due to Covid in January and now looking forward to experiencing the magic of his spin bowling on the field again.”
Further, Raman added,” After the confirmations from Harbhajan, Mortaza, Simmons, and Ramdin, who all are international legends of the game, it surely adds to the octane energy for Season 2 of the league.”
The second season of Legends League Cricket is all set to commence on September 20 with the finals taking place on October 10 and several famed cricketers have confirmed their participation on the same. In the latest turn, English World Cup-winning skipper Eoin Morgan and former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee also confirmed their participation in the league.
The first edition of Legends League cricket was a huge success. The games took place at Muscat in Oman with The World Giants taking home the Trophy.