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With the India vs Sri Lanka series going on, besides the beautiful game what we saw is the weird celebration of Ishant Sharma after bagging Dinesh Chandimal. Well, talking about weird celebrations, it is not new to cricket. From batsmen tp bowlers, everyone have had their own ways to celebrate and some made it so unique that those need special mention. So, hereby looking back to bring together the weird celebrations in Cricket history.

Jason Gillespie and the horse

What can be the wish with the bat when someone comes out to score some runs? Hit biggies and give the innings a boost mostly. But it seems like Jason Gillespie actually wanted to ride his own bat after reaching half century. See for yourself and decide:

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