Qais Ahmad, a star cricketer of Afghan, made his Test match debut in September 2019. On Friday, when he was bowling for Hobart Hurricanes against Sydney Sixers, his unique way of celebration after taking a wicket became headlines.
This wicket-taking celebration, which seemed a crazy one, has become a revolution, which was led by none other than a fellow spinner.
Tabraiz Shamsi had recently grabbed the headlines with his magic trick in the Mzansi Super League after taking a wicket, In the same way, Afghan spinner Qais Ahmad is also caught the eye due to his gymnastic celebrations.
Previously, the 19-year-old had done a backflip celebration but this time, it was a somersault after taking a wicket. It happened during the Big Bash League (BBL).
Somersault Celebration Of Qais Ahmad
It was the 10th over when Qais Ahmad bowled a brilliant leg-spinner, bamboozling Tom Curran.
After that, the Afghan spinner was seen somersaulting, but he didn’t ace the landing and took a small tumble but the celebration was not dampened as he got up in jubilation and punched the air.
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) December 20, 2019
For the Hobart Hurricanes, Qais Ahamad was the star of the show for taking four wickets. During his overs, Qais Ahmad not only increased his wicket numbers, but he took them at an economy rate of 3 by giving away just 12 runs.
The stunning spell of bowling by Qais Ahmad made a difference to the scoreboard as in 18.5 overs, Sydney Sixers were bowled out for 104 runs. in the bargain, they lost to the Hurricanes by 25 runs.
The decision of Hobart Hurricanes to bat when they won the toss was not fruitful as it saw them collapse in 20 overs to 129/9. D Arcy was the only player at the top of the order to make a meaningful contribution with the bat, scoring a fine 51 off 40 balls.