Hang on minute while I go get the violin Harbhajan you little grub.
After his 'worst team to tour' prediction backfired, Harbhajan has doubled down by questioning Stephen O'Keefe's record-breaking spell.
Former India spinner Harbhajan Singh has declined to praise first Test player of the match Stephen O'Keefe, saying he will wait until he plays on a "good Test match wicket" before sharing his views on the Australian.
Harbhajan says the pitch, where 40 wickets fell inside three days, played a significant part in O'Keefe's haul and Australia's upset victory.
"I will have to see (O'Keefe) bowl on a good Test match wicket," Harbhajan told the Indian Express. "Not this one. Till then, I will reserve my comments.
"To be honest, that wasn't a pitch. Test cricket should last five days.
"You cannot play on such wickets where anyone runs in to bowl and takes wickets.
"I have played in over 100 Tests, and I know how hard I had to work to earn every single wicket.
"When you prepare such a wicket, you are making conditions favourable for the opposition as well. That's what happened in Pune.
"When I say a good Test wicket, I mean a strip where the ball does not shoot up from the first day itself."
In the lead up to the first Test Harbhajan predicted a 4-0 result to the hosts and that Steve Smith's men were the "weakest Australian side to tour India"