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Harbhajan Singh refutes Andrew Symonds’ claims of ‘crying’, calls him a ‘fiction writer’

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Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh rubbished claims that he ‘broke down’ while apologizing for the “monkeygate” incident, saying the Australian all-rounder was lying and such things never happened.

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Taking to Twitter, he posted a link of the article and wrote, “WHEN DID THAT HAPPEN ??? BROKE DOWN ???? WHAT FOR ??? Harbhajan broke down when apologising for ‘monkeygate’,” he said.

In another post on Twitter, he called Symonds a “fiction writer” saying that he was telling a lie to sell a story.

“I thought he was a very good cricketer but Symonds has turned out to be a good fiction writer – he sold a story then (2008) and he is ‘selling a story’ now (2018). Mate, the world has come of age in these 10 years and it’s time you also grew up,” he tweeted.

The former Australian all-rounder claimed on Sunday in a to-be-aired documentary on Fox Sports that Singh had broken down in tears while apologizing for the monkeygate scandal, while they were playing for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

“We go to a very wealthy man’s place for a barbecue, drinks and dinner one night and the whole team’s there and he had guests there, and Harbhajan said ‘mate, can I speak to you for a minute out in the garden out the front’,” said Symonds.

“Ten Years On. “He goes, ‘look, I’ve got to say sorry to you for what I did to you in Sydney. I apologise, I hope I didn’t cause you, your family, your friends too much harm and I really apologise for what I said, I shouldn’t have said it.” claimed Symonds.

“And he actually broke down crying, and I could just see that was a huge weight off his shoulders, he had to get rid of it. We shook hands and I gave him a hug and said: ‘Mate, it’s all good. It’s dealt with’,” added the former burly all-rounder.

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