May 16, 2021

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Protea spinner Shamsi made the magic handkerchief stick!

Zimbabwean bowler Luke Jangi had a strange celebration in the match against Pakistan for the first time in T20 cricket. After getting the wicket, he took off his shoes and celebrated with his ears repeatedly. It was as if he was talking to someone using his shoes as a mobile phone.

In cricket, almost all bowlers have some ‘trademark’ celebration style. Former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar used to fly like a bird with his arms outstretched, while Brett Lee used to cut trees with a saw. Current Caribbean fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell saluted after receiving the wicket. However, South Africa’s Chinaman bowler Tarbaiz Shamsi has probably surpassed everyone in terms of style of celebration. Luke Jangi, the hero of Zimbabwe’s victory, celebrated yesterday by imitating Shamsi.

 

However, Shamsi’s celebration that attracted cricket fans the most was to turn the handkerchief into a big stick through magic. The top bowler in the T20 rankings celebrated in a South African T20 league match.

Police have arrested a 40-year-old man named Mamunur Rashid on charges of raping an 11-year-old child in Naogaon. The arrested Mamunur Rashid is the son of late Mojir Uddin of Daspara village in Bishnupur union of the upazila.

The victim’s father said that his son went to play in the empty land near his house around 5 pm last Thursday. But when the evening passed, the boy did not return home and they started searching. At one point their son returns home.

During interrogation, the child said that the arrested Mamunur Rashid took him to the mango orchard of Mamtazur Rahman in the village with various temptations. He then threatened her and raped her.

Manda Police Station OC Shahinur Rahman said the child’s father had lodged a case with the police station on Friday (April 23). After the operation, accused Mamunur Rashid was arrested and sent to jail.

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