Pakistani pacer, Haris Rauf, celebrates wickets in a ‘COVID-19’ safety style. The video of Rauf is making rounds on social media. The unique style of celebrating wickets by Haris Rauf has been garnering the attention of cricket fans around the world.
The video shows Haris Rauf celebrating with the gesture of taking out a hand sanitizer from his pocket, squeezing it, and rubbing it on his hands. He then took out a face mask from his pocket and put it on. Other members are seen appreciating his COVID-19 style celebration.
Meanwhile, Pakistani pacer Haris Rauf has been on fire in Australia’s Big Bash League (BBL). Videos of his spectacular performances have been making rounds on social media.
His video of dancing at the boundary after taking a brilliant catch in his second match garnered massive views. Playing from Melbourne Stars, Haris Rauf took a stunning catch off the Aaron Finch. In the same game, he took the wicket as well.
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Haris Rauf’s stunning performance
Pakistani cricketer Haris Rauf turned the game for his team. He also took a wicket of Afghan player Muhammad Nabi, in the 12th over, who is playing from the Melbourne Renegades.
In-form Haris Rauf has been surprising foreign spectators with his stunning performance in all the departments. The cricketer even hit a six for his team in the Big Bash League. Cricket fans are surprised watching him hit a clean six in the last match.
A few days back, Rauf was on the ninth sky after he received a signed IPL jersey from MS Dhoni. He expressed his excitement over receiving a special gift from former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni. Dhoni sent him his signed jersey of the IPL franchise, Chennai Super Kings.
Rauf shared the picture of the jersey on his Twitter account and expressed gratitude to Dhoni for sending him a special gift. “The legend & capt cool @msdhoni has honored me with this beautiful gift his shirt. The “7” still winning hearts through his kind & goodwill gestures. @russcsk specially Thank you so much for the kind support,” wrote Rauf in a tweet.