Veteran Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has recently replaced Naseem Shah in Gloucestershire's squad. Less than a day after joining the squad, Amir hit the ground running in the ongoing T20 Blast.
Amir made his debut for Gloucestershire against Somerset in Taunton on Friday. The former Pakistan pacer was at his best twice in the match, dismissing Will Smeed and Ben Green. On the third ball of the innings, Amir bowled a full-length delivery to Smeed, who tried to play a cover drive. However, Smeed ended up getting a thick edge, which flew straight to Benny Howell at first slip.
Amir was on the blue moon after picking his first wicket for Gloucester and he proceeded to celebrate the wicket in style. The pacer went on with a dance move popularised by Allu Arjun from the 'Srivalli' song in the movie 'Pushpa: The Rise'.
The video has been shared by Gloucestershire on their official Twitter handle.
Amir ended the game with an impressive figure of two for 25, including one maiden over. However, his team ended up on the losing side as Somerset won the keenly-contested game by seven runs.