Haris Rauf’s wicket celebrations during a Melbourne Stars match against Sydney Thudney in which he made a throat-slitting gesture to represent sparkle of happiness after a wicket has dragged him into hot waters.
Pakistan speedster; Rauf has apologised after his controversial cut-throat celebrations after taking a wicket in ongoing Big Bash League, which many fans have found inappropriate and twitter has gone crazy over it. He then has showed “adaab” celebrations as well.
Haris Rauf with a trenchant critique of Bollywood's insistence on showing all Pakistanis as saying adaab. His own identity as another Pakistani stereotype, the came-out-of-nowhere-fast-bowling-phenom adds a further layer of irony. Art. https://t.co/A4OnJ75F1J
— Ahmer Naqvi (@karachikhatmal) January 8, 2020
throat slit k baadh adaaab wali celebration im loving this
— ℳ.ℳ (@TonkeePonkee) January 8, 2020
According to Cricket Pakistan, Aqib Javed, who is at present the head coach of one of the PSL’s franchise has scolded him over the phone and in latter times, Rauf has seek apology for the incident.
“Haris apologised for his inappropriate celebration after I told him that such a thing is against the moral code observed by the Qalandars,”
He also quoted a statement to Daily Express saying that,
“He also vowed to observe restraint in this regard during future matches.”