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Cricket is called the gentleman’s game but that doesn’t stop cricketers from sledging at their opponents. Sledging’ is a ploy used by players to weaken the opponent’s concentration by insulting or verbally intimidating them. But sometimes wicket-keepers use words in their “deshi” language behind the stumps and create a funny atmosphere on the field.

You can not say it is a true example of sledging. “Ai hai hai hai”, “Maar da laa” those are kind of words which wicket-keeper used to say. Here we see top five wicket-keepers who used funny “deshi” words behind the stumps.

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    Sudipta Biswas is a 27 year old cricket fan.He started watching the game when Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid made their debut. Once had a dream of playing for the nation, now aspires to be a sports journo ! You can contact him @sudipta88dip on Twitter.

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