IPL 2019 final: Harbhajan Singh miffed with team hotel ahead of MI vs CSK

first_imgChennai Super Kings (CSK) premier off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has lashed out at the team hotel hours ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 final against Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad on Sunday.Harbhajan took to social media and expressed his displeasure at the food and the room service in the popular hotel where the Chennai Super Kings have camped.CSK reached Hyderabad on the eve of the IPL 2019 final from Visakhapatnam. MS Dhoni’s men thrashed Delhi Capitals by 6 wickets in the Qualifier 2 of the ongoing season on Friday at the YS Rajashekara Reddy ACA-VCDA Stadium in Visakhapatnam.IPL 2019 final: MI vs CSK Live Cricket ScoreCSK had very little time to refresh and prepare for the big final unlike Mumbai Indians who had crushed Dhoni’s men in Qualifier 1 on Tuesday to seal a direct berth in the playoffs.”As much as I love staying with you @ITCHotels in all the other cities ..I hate staying at #ITCKAKATIYA Hyderabad..No one cares bout food cooked properly or not.. No one respond to the calls from duty manager to room service..They seems to be to busy for the guests (sic),” Harbhajan wrote on Twitter.As much as I love staying with you @ITCHotels in all the other cities ..I hate staying at #ITCKAKATIYA Hyderabad..No one cares bout food cooked properly or not.. No one respond to the calls from duty manager to room service..They seems to be to busy for the guestsHarbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) May 12, 2019Harbhajan Singh, like quite a few of his Chennai Super Kings teamamtes, has proved age is just a number with his consistent performances in IPL 2019. The 38-year-old World Cup-winning off-spinner has 16 wickets in 10 matches so far for CSK.advertisementBowling most of his overs inside the powerplay, Harbhajan, who won the IPL title with CSK in 2018, has proved to be MS Dhoni’s go-to-man in the ongoing season. The seasoned off-spinner has conceded at just 7.12 in IPL.Harbhajan Singh will be expected to play a crucial role in Sunday’s final against Mumbai Indians. The off-spinner is likely to go up against MI captain Rohit Sharma and explosive opener Quinton de Kock inside the powerplay.Having lost to Mumbai Indians thrice, including two defeats in Chennai, Chennai Super Kings will be keen on proving their doubters wrong and defending the IPL title in Hyderabad.Also Read | Watch: Ziva Dhoni teaches Rishabh Pant Hindi vowels in viral videoAlso Read | IPL 2019 final: MI vs CSK predicted playing 11 and pitch conditionAlso See:last_img read more