Shoriful Islam’s Inappropriate Send-Off for Yashasvi Jaiswal

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Cricket world has witnessed the famous celebration of Kesrick Williamson and Sheldon Cottrell after taking the wickets of rivals. Well, there is a new star who has come up with a unique style of sending off the rivals. Bangladesh cricketer Shoriful Islam celebrated the wicket of Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal in a different style. However, falls into the inappropriate bracket.


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In South Africa, Bangladesh U-19 team showed the masterclass with the ball against India U-19 in the finals of ICC U-19 World Cup 2020. From the start, the Tigers created the pressure on Indian batters.

Asked to bat first, Indian openers Divyanshu Saxena and Jaiswal gave the slow start to the team.

Moreover, in the powerplay, the duo could only gather 23 runs while Saxena also lost the wicket. Soon, the captain Priyam Garg and Tilak Verma also sent back. But the man that stood for the team was Jaiswal.

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Shoriful Islam unique way of celebration:

However, soon Bangladesh pacer Shoriful Islam ended the hopes of India as he scalped the wicket of Yashasvi Jaiswal. It was a big and special wicket for the Tigers. Thus, the celebration was also different from the bowler.

After taking the wicket, the bowler first acted to zip his pocket and then silenced the crowd. The way of sending off Jaiswal expressed how important was his wicket for the opposition.

India sets a target of 178 runs:

After Yashasvi left the field, no batsman could step up to lead the team from the front. The vice-captain Dhruvchand Jurel comically lost his wicket. He had a miscommunication with Atharva Ankolekar while running between wickets.

Soon, Siddesh and Atharva were sent back while the lower order batsman Ravi Bishnoi and Kartik Tyagi could not take their home beyond 180-plus.

Bangladesh bundled out India at 177 runs in 48 overs.


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