Mohammad Amir played his first competitive cricket match in almost four months in April for Gloucestershire against Hampshire in the County Championships. He just played two games for the County before returning to the XI for the T20 Blast match on Friday. Here in this article, we talk about Mohammed Amir celebrates in Pushpa style.
Amir bowled well against Somerset. He got the figures of 2/25 in four overs, but Gloucestershire lost by a tight 7-run margin.
After taking the valuable wicket of hard-hitting opener Will Smeed, the speedster went on to take the wicket of Ben Green. Following Gloucestershire’s decision to field first, Amir got his team off to a quick start.
Smeed edged the ball to Benny Howell at second slip in the opening over after the pacer provoked a false stroke.
Amir performed renowned dance movements from the blockbuster film ‘Pushpa,’ starring Allu Arjun, after taking up the wicket. Somerset triumphed by seven runs after reducing their opponents to 177/8, despite the southpaw’s stint being in vain.
Mohammed Amir celebrates his first T20 wicket for Gloucestershire’s match-
Following the important wicket of hard-hitting opener Will Smeed, the speedster went on to dismiss Ben Green. Amir got his squad off to a fast start as Gloucestershire decided to field first. In the first over, Smeed edge
d the ball to Benny Howell at the second slip after the pacer encouraged a false stroke.
After capturing the wicket, Amir performed famous dance steps from the popular film ‘Pushpa,’ starring Allu Arjun. Despite the southpaw’s spell going in futile, Somerset won by seven runs after restricting their opponents to 177/8.
“We’re thrilled to have Mohammad back in the fold. He’s a proven worldwide performer, and having his knowledge and expertise accessible to us for the rest of the Blast tournament will be quite beneficial.”
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