Noor Ahmad foolishly drops the ball while celebrating GT vs MI

Noor Ahmad foolishly drops the ball while celebrating GT vs MI. GT won by 55 runs thanks to Noor Ahmad’s 3/37 in four overs.

The Indian Premier League keeps fans entertained on the field with its amazing cricketing action. However, viewers are occasionally treated to some amusing celebrations. From players who provide rib-tickling moments with their actions on the pitch. On Tuesday, April 25, a similar situation occurred during Match 35 of the IPL 2023 between Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians.

Suryakumar Yadav remove in the 13th over of the second innings by left-arm spinner Noor Ahmad. Who took a superb catch off his own bowling. The 18-year-old was ecstatic after catching the big-hitting batter and hilariously celebrate the wicket by dropping the ball while attempting to hurl it in the air in celebration. He picked up the ball again and tossed it in the air to celebrate.

Returning to the game, Gujarat lost opener Wriddhiman Saha early in the third over. After being put in to bat first. Shubman Gill, on the other hand, bat through the powerplay to get his team off to a good start, scoring 56 off 34 balls. GT, on the other hand, lost Gill and Vijay Shankar in consecutive overs, leaving them at 101/4 after 12.2 overs.

David Miller (46 off 22 balls) and Abhinav Manohar (42 off 21 balls) combined at the crease to add 71 runs off 35 balls to assist their team reach 207/6 in the first innings, with Rahul Tewatia (20* off 5) putting the finishing touch in the dying overs.

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In response, MI’s chase got off to the worst possible start, as they lost captain Rohit Sharma in the first over. Cameron Green entered at number three and attempted to assault the opponents with his 33 off 26. However, MI continued to lose wickets at the other end, with Rashid Khan dismissing Ishan Kishan and Tilak Varma.

Noor Ahmad also joined the fray, taking prized scalps of Green, Tim David, and Suryakumar Yadav to break Mumbai’s batting. As a result, MI could only manage 152/9 in the second innings, gifting Gujarat a crushing 55-run victory. Noor Ahmad was the pick of the bowlers for GT, finishing with figures of 3/37 in four overs, while Rashid Khan (2/27) and Mohit Sharma (2/38) also contributed.

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