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Mohammad Amir celebrates ‘Pushpa’ after taking the first wicket for Gloucestershire in T20 Blast. look | cricket news

Mohammad Amir celebrates ‘Pushpa’ after taking the first wicket.© Twitter

Less than a day after he joined Gloucestershire’s squad in place of Pakistan pacer Naseem Shah, veteran pacer Mohammad Amir took the field in the ongoing T20 Blast. Amir, who replaced injured Naseem in the squad on Friday, made his debut for Gloucestershire later in the day against Somerset in Taunton. The former Pakistan fast bowler was on target twice in the match, dismissing Will Smed and Ben Green. On the third ball of Somerset’s innings, Amir bowled a full length delivery to Smed, who tried to play a blistering cover drive.

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However, he got a thick edge, which went straight to Benny Howell, who was positioned at first slip.

Aamir was ecstatic after taking his maiden wicket for Gloucester and celebrated the wicket with the popular dance move by Allu Arjun from the song ‘Srivalli’ from the movie ‘Pushpa: The Rise’.

The video has been shared by Gloucestershire on its official Twitter handle.

Amir finished the match with two wickets for 25 runs, which included a maiden over.

Unfortunately for Amir, his team ended up on the losing side as Somerset won the game by seven runs.

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Half-centuries from Riley Rossouw (54) and Louise Gregory (60) had propelled Somerset to a strong total of 184 for six.

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In reply, Gloucestershire were restricted to a total of 177 for eight, despite Ryan Higgins and Benny Howell’s knocks of 43 and 42 respectively.

Amir will be in action later on Saturday as Gloucestershire take on Glamorgan in Canterbury.

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