Delighted with Harbhajan Singh’s comeback in the national team for the upcoming ODI series against Zimbabwe, his coach Devender Arora on Monday said the offspinner has a lot of cricket left in him and will turn out to be the ‘best bowler’ in the tour.
The veteran spinner, who earlier made a comeback in Tests against Bangladesh, is returning to the ODI squad after four years.
“I am very delighted with Harbhajan’s comeback. It is a great honour that as a coach my trainee would again be playing for India. I would congratulate his family and the people of Jalandhar on his comeback,” said Arora.
“Harbhajan is a world champion. He made a strong statement on his tour to Bangladesh and will turn out to be the best bowler in the upcoming series,” he added. Arora insisted that the reason for Singh’s omission from the national side was his inconsistent performance.
“Class is permanent whereas performance is temporary. He performed well in the IPL as well as in Bangladesh and that’s why selectors have put their faith in him,” he said.
The coach also expressed his belief that Harbhajan's efforts would definitely pay off and he will touch the sky”.