Sohail Tanvir could not control his emotions after castling Ben Cutting during a match in the Caribbean Premier League as he ended up giving the Australian a brash send-off.
No bowler especially a fast-bowler likes to be hit for a six and Tanvir is not an exception either. Well, the former Pakistan pacer clearly did not hesitate at all in making his emotions clear after Cutting hit him for over the long-on boundary for a huge six on Friday.
However, Tanvir, playing for Guyana Amazon Warriors, had the last laugh. And Tanvir did not refrain from letting out his emotions after coming out on top in the duel.
On the very next delivery after being hit for a six, Tanvir castled Cutting with a yorker. And as soon as the ball hit the stumps, a bizarre send-off from Tanvir followed.
The left-arm pacer went close to Cutting and showed him both of his middle fingers. Tanvir must have felt good at that moment but the obscene gesture could very well land him in hot water.
Here is a video of that incident:
#CPL2018 Sohail Tanvir bowls Ben Cutting after being hit for a six the previous delivery, then gives him the double finger!! Shocker! Has to be some sanction from that..kids watching. That said appears anything goes these days pic.twitter.com/vMLpUEdVdb
— Lukesters (@Lukesters) August 9, 2018
Coming to the game, Tanvir’s Amazon Warriors won the game against St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots by six wickets, with 21 balls remaining.
Batting first, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots scored a modest 146 for 5 in the allotted 20 overs. Chris Gayle top-scored for the side, scoring 86 off 65 balls.
In reply, the Amazon Warriors chased down the total with utmost ease in the 17 over. Shimron Hetmyer led the chase by scoring an unbeaten 79 off just 45.