Published: Sun, December 08, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

South Africas Shamsi brings magic to cricket celebrations

South Africas Shamsi brings magic to cricket celebrations

In a fancy game like cricket, the players come up with new celebrations and styles regularly. His extravagant celebrations after taking a wicket have attracted social media interest across the cricket-playing world.

Few cricketers celebrate a wicket like South African spinner Tabraiz Shamsi.

It's not the first time the spinner has lit up crowds with his unique wicket celebrations.

As he waved it in the air, it became a magic wand, much to the amusement of the crowd watching at Paarl's Boland Park. During his team's match against Durban Heat, Shamsi knocked David Miller out. Reacting to the celebration - that saw him convert a piece of cloth into a stick, Shamsi revealed that he always wanted to be a magician.

The video of Shamsi's celebration has long past viral with many followers even questioning whether or now now not right here's the most effective likely celebration ever viewed.

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"I needed a back up plan", Shamsi said on The Dan Nicholl Show, on South African television previous year. I still love it, but cricket obviously took over after that. Whether it's Ravinder Jadeja doing sword moves with his bat after scoring a half-century or Sheldon Cottrell's military-style salute after knocking a batsman, celebrations done by players are as insane as the game is!

"I have always wanted to enjoy myself on the cricket field", Shamsi told AFP on Friday.

"When I realised I wasn't that good at cricket, I thought ..."

- Mzansi Trim League (@MSL_T20) December 4, 2019Tabraiz Shamsi's celebration. In the T20I series against India earlier this year, Shamsi kicked up a storm when he celebrated the wicket of Shikhar Dhawan by removing one of his shoes and pretending to call someone by using it as a mobile phone.

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