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Top 10 weird celebrations in cricket history: Cricket is a game that the general public wants to see. But only crazy one can pursue a career in sports. All the world-famous players are extremely hardworking and loyal is just because of the madness. Everything about such heroic and crazy players is very unique. As much as the player has a passion for sports, they also have a strange way of expressing themselves. Cricket lovers want to find the entertainment value in the game. Today in this article we will see how these players express their happiness and celebrate their victory in cricket.

Top 10 weird celebrations in cricket history

1. Thigh Five Celebration (By Shikhar Dhawan)

Shikhar Dhawan is a left-handed professional batsman in the Indian Cricket Team. He celebrates the victory with his unique style of Thigh Five. He revealed that he adopted this style while watching Kabaddi. Dhawan loves to watch and admire the sports like Kabaddi. Now it becomes the trademark in the families of Indian cricketers. The opening batsman has started celebrating victory on the crease in Australia when he took a catch to dismiss Shane Watson. He does that from his heart and his fans love to watch his style.

2. Dragon Style Celebration (By Mushfiqur Rahim)

Mushfiqur Rahim is a Bangladeshi cricketer and the most successful captain of the Bangladesh cricket team in a test match. His style of celebrating victory is very unique. All the viewers have watched his style when he scored double century vs Zimbabwe at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. He started his eyes popping out with the positioning of the hands like claws when he touched the milestone. He took off his helmet and started acting like a dragon with his open mouth. After that, he cleared it was for his son. His son loves dragons and posture.

3. Bomb explosion style (By Hasan Ali)

Hasan Ali is a Pakistani Cricketer. His Bomb Explosion style of celebrating the winning moment is popular among all. one. He spread his arms widely with crouched down. He has seen multiple times enjoying that gesture. He also has a unique style of wearing a chain on his neck with a pendant that represents his signature celebratory stance. His style of celebration was gone viral. However, he must continue with the celebration.

4. Crawling (By Tinashe panyangara)

Tinashe panyangara is a Zimbavian cricket player. His different style of celebrating victory has become a part of his identity. It was an ICC 2015 World Cup when Zimbabwe was playing against South Africa at Hamilton. 

Panyangara took the wicket of the mighty Hashim Amla at the very moment. At that moment he got too excited that he went down to the ground and celebrated it by crawling, All called that style of as ‘The Big Mouth Billy Bass’ celebration. It’s a long-lasting memory for many fans across the globe.

5. Flinging Bat Style (By S Srinath)

S Srinath is an Indian Cricket player who is popular for controversies and always criticized for his aggressive style of celebrating victory.   In 2007, when India was touring South Africa at Johannesburg. India was playing the first Test match of the series and India was in top position. While celebrating that occasion, Srinath said “Andre Nel was talking a lot. He kept saying that Indians don’t have a heart and that they (South Africa) were the better team.”

After that statement from S Srinath, he stepped out and swung his bat as hard as he could and the ball went for a six. He started swinging the bat at Andre Nel so as to show his dominance at him. Later, even Srinath termed this moment as madness for fun’. 

6. Tap Dance (By Fabian Allen’s)

Fabian Allen is a Jamaican Cricketer. He is a well-known left-arm orthodox spinner who has a special celebration style of tap dancing. After taking a wicket, he performs his tap dance by moving his head like a bobblehead simultaneously. It is a treat for viewers to watch him dancing to celebrate the victorious moment.

7. Baby Style(By  Daren Sammy)

Daren Sammy is an international cricket player from West Indies. Daren is the only captain to win T20 World Cups twice in his cricket career.

Daren is a gentleman who celebrates his victory with the pacifier. He revealed that he adopted this style from a baby girl at his home. He said. “Once I was in my room thinking about how I would celebrate. I saw my baby girl suck on the pacifier and then I said to myself, ‘OH, I will get my pacifier out after a wicket or a landmark’ and that’s how this style of celebrating came about.” 

He further added, “We West Indians want everyone to know how to celebrate. The thing is we enjoy our cricket. Once you go out there and enjoy your game, the passion always comes out.’

8. Front Flip style (By Qais Ahmad)

Qais Ahmad is Afganistan’s leg-spin bowler. The team has very strong bowlers so Qais did not get many chances to show his glimpse of skill. But whenever he played for the nation, he made a remarkable spot on the viewer’s mind.

Audiences have experienced his style of celebrating victory during CPL 2018 when he was playing for the St Lucia Stars, now Kings against the Barbados Tridents, now Royals. After picking a wicket, the cricketer flipped himself on the ground. After that, he continued to celebrate in this style each time when he took a wicket.

9. Satan Mask Style (Tabraiz Shamsi)

The South African cricket player Tabraiz Shamsi has adopted the very weird style of celebration on the crease. In 2018, he pulled a Satan mask on his face pointing towards the opposition team. ICC didn’t allow that action and banned him immediately.

Later on, Shamsi gave clarification by posting on Twitter and said, “My celebrations are just a bit of light-hearted fun and entertainment while competing against my peers under highly pressured situations with absolutely no disrespect meant to the game or the opposition but hey… it is what it is.”

10. Nagin Dance (Team of Bangladesh)

The Bangla Tigers are very popular for their unity in celebrating victory in cine-style. In the 6th match of the Nida has Trophy series played between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and Bangladesh was the winner of the series. After the match, the whole Bangladesh team gathered in the middle of the ground to celebrate the victory by performing the ‘Nagin’ dance.

The actual reason for showing this style of celebration is that, in 2018, India has won the Nida has Trophy and the whole stadium was dancing with Nagin step at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium. However, Karma returns the same.

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