Punjab Cricket Association honours Harbhajan for his 100 Tests

Updated: 17 March 2013 14:37 IST

Harbhajan, who has taken over 400 wickets, was honoured during the lunch break of the third Test.

Mohali:

Punjab Cricket Association on Sunday, honoured off-spinner Harbhajan Singh for featuring in 100 Test matches for the country.

The 32-year-old spinner from Jalandhar, who was dropped from the Mohali Test, was honoured by PCA Secretary M P Pandove here.

Harbhajan was presented with a shawl and a silver plate as an honour for playing his 100th Test in Chennai, which was the first match of the ongoing India-Australia series, informed PCA Joint Secretary G S Walia.

He was also part of the team in the second Test in Hyderabad.

Harbhajan, who has taken over 400 wickets, was honoured during the lunch break of the third Test here.

The bowler expressed his gratitude to the PCA.

Topics : Cricket Australia India Harbhajan Singh Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali Australia in India 2013
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