1. Hilarious! This bowler’s bizarre protest against Shah Rukh Khan team’s batsman goes viral; Watch Video

Hilarious! This bowler’s bizarre protest against Shah Rukh Khan team’s batsman goes viral; Watch Video

Tabraiz Shamsi, the chinaman bowler of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, was fined half his match fees for his bizarre protest after an LBW appeal was turned down by the umpire in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2017 final.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 12, 2017 1:27 PM

Tabraiz Shamsi, the chinaman bowler of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, was fined half his match fees for his bizarre protest after an LBW appeal was turned down by the umpire in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2017 final. As per NDTV report, an official statement released from the CPL states that the spinner admitted to a Level 2 breach of the code of conduct. The incident took place when the spinner was convinced that he had trapped Javon Searles of the Trinbago Knight lbw. After the umpire said a ‘no’ to his appeal, Shamsi made bizarre gestures at umpire. He then displayed his frustration and made several other angry gestures at the official for his refusal to budge.

Shamsi is known for expressing himself loudly on the pitch. He was reportedly at his entertaining best during the CPL final. Notably, he plays for an IPL team, Royal Challengers Bangalore. Later, he took to Twitter to apologize for his behaviour.

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Meanwhile, Trinbago Knight Riders co-owner Shah Rukh Khan was thrilled with his team’s win. King Khan took to Twitter and said,”@TKRiders wow a second one. Wow wow wow. Love you for this happiest of parties! & tell @steelydan66 didn’t come so he got sum attention!”

In a dramatic finish to the final of Caribbean Premier League 2017, Trinbago Knight Riders defeated St Kitts and Nevis Patriots to clinch the title for the second time in their franchise history.

The Knight Riders were looking a spot of bother with 33 needed off the final three overs. They had only three wickets in hand but an assault that saw more boundaries in seven balls than Knight Riders total count before that in the match led them to three wicket win in the final.

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