Cricket is a very competitive Sport but there are always times in every sport that tickle your funny bone. So here’s bringing you a collection of the Top-10 Funniest moments in Cricket History. Enjoy!
Zaheer Khan –
Zaheer Khan was proposed by a dainty young and lovely lady. It was the match between the arch rivals, India and Pakistan and on a hot and sultry afternoon, a young lady, with her face coloured in tri-colour was seen in the stands to be holding a placard hosting up the words “Love You Zaheer”. At the same instance, the camera was all on Zak in the Indian dressing room and his team mates jeering him and pulling his leg in all ways.
Sachin Tendulkar and Anil Kumble –
The two master players of batting and spin wizardry respectively had shown great flexibility in running between the wickets in a match against Bangladesh. And courtesy to Bangladesh wicket-keeper Khaled Mashud missing that both the batsmen being knocked out as it seemed at the first instance in our naked eyes were later noticed to be not-out when viewed form third umpire’s point of view.
Mark Richardson –
It was a test match between India and New Zealand that this Kiwi batsman suddenly experienced muscle cramps and just after hitting the shot fell onto the ground and the way he gyrated and fell down in the crease with a mimic-able sound that made each and every one else in the stadium in laughs.
Andrew Strauss hates his sunglasses –
Dwayne Smith –
Dwayne Smith, the lucky guy of Mumbai Indians, got saved from four chances of possible run outs in an Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.
Tillakaratne Dilshan –
Tillakaratne Dilshan got his lessons correct on the laws of gravity as while being the Sri Lankan wicket keeper against the Bangladeshis, he celebrated and as of the phenomenon, he lifted the ball high up in the air out of sheer joy and ecstasy and little did he knew that the ball he lifted in the air was going to strike him back on his own head.
Ajit Agarkar –
After scoring seven consecutive ducks for all the seven matches against the mighty Australian side, Ajit Agarkar after opening his innings on a single run, showed his bat to the spectators as if he had scored a century although.
Billy Bowden –
The known to all funny commentator of cricket, Billy Bowden has a unique style of showing the signals of boundaries and sixes, but this time, an Indian umpire has even had his share of dance on the field to show a boundary.
Inzamam ul Haq –
The Pakistani ex-captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq is a sure package of comedy as far as running between the wickets is concerned.
Lou Vincent –
The New Zealand player Lou Vincent had his pants off accidentally while running in order to save a boundary for his team.