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Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by isaacking, Dec 22, 2019.
Thats right. This guy must learn to control his emotions esp during the early career days. Had a few brainfade moments last psl as well.
There are people calling him names already on the social media and that's not a good sign when you don't have a global level fan following yet.
indians already crying
ok he needs to stop this cringe af celebration
Cringe as Tahir though?
Haris Rauf's celebration sparks outrage
Tahir one isnt cringe
if Rauf only do the slitting then its fine but the x mark he does is so stupid lmao
Stupid reaction to a dismissal
Looks a good prospect on the other hand much better than some of the other jokers selected for T20.
Saw this. Boy needs to calm down.
Already pointed that out ahead of the rest.
But that’s not one of the reasons he was dropped?
As I stated in my post, "He might have raised some eye brows". And looks like he sure did.
These are the small factors that add up and may push towards not a very favorable result for you.
Haris Rauf. Remember the name. Blockbuster superstar.
I am not sure about his health in general. Is he really in a good state?
Yes, he can run in and bowl fast but is he going to last long?
That sag and swelling around his eyes, and a general lack of youth exuberance and freshness on his face does not indicate good sleeping habits or something.
Everyone is going through this sleep deprived-ness due to late nite surfing habits.
Hopefully, he will fix his routine and gets proper rest that is mandatory for a sportsman.
Eye brows are only raised when Sajda is done, not the following, at 14 sec:
Seems like aussies and their apologists are ok with giving full 'ma bhen' type swearwords on the field as part of the game and signs of aggresion but someone cant bow down to show thanks?
The world has warped logic at times.
Right now he is being criticized for making a slit throat sign in wicket celebration.
He should actually make circumcision cut sign in wicket celebration to show the actual aggression.
Let’s give it to Aussies, no?
I don't think Aussies have a problem with someone bowing down to show thanks, someone in this forum does.
It wasnt the sands it was the cut throat celebration. Even when Wahab did it in the PSL it looked bad so don't have a go at the Australians.
Haris Rauf apologises for cut-throat celebration in BBL
Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf has apologised for his cut-throat celebration, after taking a wicket, during the ongoing Big Bash League (BBL).
According to details, Lahore Qalandars’ Head Coach Aaqib Javed scolded the pacer, during a telephone conversation, over the indecent celebration, which made the latter apologise and agree to observing restraint in this regard during future matches.
Earlier, Rauf’s wicket celebrations, during the Melbourne Stars clash against Sydney Thundey, on Thursday in the BBL had sparked outrage among fans.
Rauf’s bowling was instrumental in restricting Thunder to 142/7 as the pacer finished with 3/24, taking his tournament’s tally to ten wickets in three games.
However, after taking each of his three wickets, the right-arm pacer made a throat-slitting gesture which didn’t sit well with some viewers.
The Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars have played a major role in the development of the 26-year-old pacer, who was formerly a salesman and IT student from Rawalpindi.
“Haris apologised for his inappropriate celebration after I told him that such a thing is against the moral code observed by the Qalandars,” Javed was quoted as saying by Daily Express. “He also vowed to observe restraint in this regard during future matches.”
Rauf grabbed the headlines with his sensational fast-bowling, 10 wickets at an average of 7.1, despite playing only three games out of a possible five in the ongoing BBL.
The quick right-armer was added to the Stars squad in place of Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, for their match against Sydney Thunder on Thursday, who was rested due to an injury.
It must be noted that the 26-year-old pacer was earlier removed from the Stars’ contingent after the arrival of South Africa’s fast-bowler Dale Steyn, despite a dream start to the tournament — which saw him pick seven wickets in two games including a five-wicket haul.