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Revisiting The Weirdest Wicket Celebrations

Sports have always been entertaining and have been seen celebrated in many countries through tournaments and leagues. We all love watching our favorite sports and athletes. Cricket has been one of the sports that has been loved by many. And even cricket has got a lot of remarkable moments in its history. From catching a ball, scoring a century, dropping a wicket and many more have always been a matter of celebration. There have been many such epic wickets drops moments. But there have been weirdest wicket drop moments too.

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Matt Coles, the English Kent bowler was also seen in such a situation. After dropping the wicket, he was seen doing a bizarre ‘worm dance’ on the pitch. Even Sam Billings was also seen posting a video of the moment on Twitter, and captioning it: “The best celebration ever!!! @MattColes_90 @CountyChamp @kentcricket #slug.”

One can never forget the then Pakistani cricketer, Shoaib Akhtar’s ‘chicken dance.’ The name of his move was given by many fans after they saw him celebrating a big wicket drop. He dropped the wicket of Kevin Pietersen, the then cricketer of the South African team.

It was a Test series match against Australia when the past Indian cricketer, Harbhajan Singh took off the past Australian cricketer, Rickey Ponting’s cricket fantastically. Out of joy, he was seen tossing the ball in the air and running on the field, and they were somersaulting on the ground.

There have been many more such moments in the history of cricket when the fans and cricketers witnessed the weirdest wicket celebrations ever.

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