After a magical bowling performance that saw him bagging the man of the match award against the Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians' veteran offie Harbhajn Singh said he was using his experience to deliver at his best.
Harbhajan Singh at the Wankhede on Tuesday. Pic/BCCI
Harbhajan, nicknamed turbanator, finished with figures of 4-1-11-2, that was praised as "magical" by his skipper Rohit Sharma after the hosts carved out a five-wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils in a thriller at the Wankhede stadium.
"Especially in the Wankhede you have to slow it up. I am just trying to use my experience and take the chances whatever I can do to the best of my ability," said Harbhajan after the match.
On his failure with the bat after being promoted in the order, Harbhajn said: "I need to score a few more runs to count myself as an all-rounder."
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