Shahnawaz Dahani, a fast bowler with the Multan Sultans, is one of the most improved bowlers in the Pakistan Super League’s developing talent. After taking a wicket, the right-arm bowler is recognized for his unusual celebratory technique. Most cricket fans misunderstand his celebratory style, but Carlos Brathwaite, a West Indian all-rounder, has spoken out about his experiences with the pacer.
The Barbados-born cricketer recently disclosed the cause behind Dahani’s joy. The 33-year-old cricketer remembered a day when he mistook Dahani’s celebration in his franchise cricket debut over. Carlos, who coached West Indies to victory in the 2016 T20 World Cup final against England, said Dahani raced towards the crowd after bowling his first over in the PSL.
Dahani bowled that over pretty well, according to the all-rounder, but Brathwaite thought the pacer was being a little too arrogant when he saw him waving to the fans on debut. Dahani sprinted towards the throng, Carlos later discovered, since people from his town had gone for 10 hours to see him play.
“Dani was not arrogant nor conceited; he only wanted to enjoy the opportunity he had to leave his town and compete at a high level in the sport he loves.” He was ecstatic that his villagers had come to watch him, and he relished the opportunity.”
People who see him celebrate think he’s arrogant or has a large ego because of his long runs and pointing to the audience, but Carlos told them that Dahani is just a young man who loves the game and likes cricket. The West Indian cricketer expressed h is hope that his conduct would not be misinterpreted by Pakistanis. “He’s a genuine, kind-hearted individual who is simply savoring his good fortune.”
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