IU vs MS Rumman Raees didn’t celebrate Shadab Khan’s wicket in respect

IU vs MS Rumman Raees didn't celebrate Shadab Khan's wicket in respect
IU vs MS Rumman Raees didn’t celebrate Shadab Khan’s wicket in respect

Shadab Khan, the captain of Islamabad United, performed a captain’s knock and almost led his team to win when he was bowled for 91 runs at a vital stage of the match, however, the bowler, Rumman Raees, did not celebrate his former captain’s wicket.

When the Multan Sultans pacer refused to celebrate his wicket, he set a new standard for sportsmanship and respect.

Rumman claims he chose before the match not to celebrate the wicket in honor of his previous team.

When the Multan Sultans pacer refused to celebrate his wicket, he set a new standard for sportsmanship and respect.

Rumman stayed at Islamabad United for six seasons after being named an emerging player in the tournament’s inaugural edition. In 2017, he was named the franchise’s vice-captain. In 2018, the fast bowler also led the team in two matches.

Rumman, on the other hand, isn’t wearing red this time. Instead, he’s playing for Multan Sultan in PSL 7, but his love and respect for the former team remains undiminished, as evidenced by his refusal to celebrate the usual way after capturing the critical wicket of Shadab Khan at a crucial juncture of the match.

Rumman acknowledged to Geo News that he had determined before the match not to celebrate the wicket in honor of his previous squad.

“Today, I faced a team that had me for six years. “When I was injured and couldn’t play, they stood by me and maintained me as a bowling consultant and allowed me to continue treatment,” Rumman remembered.

“I’d resolved that no matter what wicket I got, I wasn’t going to celebrate in a respectful manner.” So, after capturing Shadab’s wicket, I simply raised my hands and skipped the conventional celebration,” he explained.

The fast bowler went on to say that he was professionally devoted to the Multan Sultans during the match, but that his personal devotion to Islamabad was different.

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