ICC shared a unique celebration video of this Serbian bowler, VIRAL on social media in a short time

Pankaj Prasad
Serbian bowler Ayo Mene Ezegi
Serbian bowler Ayo Mene Ezegi

The International Cricket Council has shared a video which is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

An amusing video of a Serbian bowler has been shared on ICC's social media handle. In this, the bowler can be seen celebrating in a unique way. When the bowler gets a wicket on any ball, he celebrates in the same way. The video quickly went viral and garnered over 1.5 million views on Instagram reels. In a video taken from a match played on 13 July, bowler Ayo Mene-Ezegi was seen celebrating each of his wickets against the Isle of Man.

Celebrates lying on the ground

He is celebrating by lying on the ground on every wicket. He kicks. Mene-Ajegi has represented both Nigeria and Serbia at the international level. He took four Isle of Man wickets in that match and celebrated in his own style for each one. Serbia and the Isle of Man, a small island in the Irish Sea, were competing in the ICC Men's T20 Sub-Regional European Qualifier tournament, which includes countries where cricket is a small but growing sport.

Isle of Man vs Serbia match video

In the five-team Group 2, Isle of Man topped with four wins out of four, but lost to Italy in the final. Serbia won 2 and lost 2, and won the 8th place playoff with geographical neighbor Croatia. During the match, Ayo took four wickets as Serbia restricted the Isle of Man to a total of 165 for seven in 20 overs.

Serbia lost by 6 wickets

However, Serbia was still on the losing side as they were restricted to a 97/7 total. The Isle of Man won the match by 68 runs. Meanwhile, the T20 World Cup will be played in Australia later this year. While some of the top teams like hosts Australia, India, and England had qualified for the tournament on the basis of their high rankings, four teams are yet to book their places for the showpiece event.

Australia is the winner of the last T20 World Cup

Australia are the current T20I champions, having defeated New Zealand in the final in the UAE last year. Both the teams will meet in the first match of the Super 12 stage on 22 October at the Sydney Cricket Ground.