Pakistani fast bowler Haris Sohail, who was praised for his outstanding performance in the Big Bash League, changed his celebratory style to criticizing Australian fans and former cricketers.
Haris Rauf was called to the squad as a replacement after Dale Steyn's injury, but he performed better than a brilliant replacement with excellent performance.
While the fast bowler was well known for his fine bowling, his celebratory style was not liked by some Australian fans, who described it as a 'bite' and described it as a violent style.
While some people advised him to change the action, there were some who called for a big bash to ban Haris-Rauf from this controversial action.
The Pakistani fast bowler did not respond to the criticism in a positive manner and continued his excellent performance and sought his own style of celebration.
When Haris took the wicket against the Sydney Thunder on Wednesday, they saw a new style of celebration in which they 'Aadab' after dismissing the player.
It should be noted that Haris Rauf today performed a hat-trick in the Big Bash, and has become the first Pakistani to receive the award in the Australian League.
Haris has taken 13 wickets in just 4 matches of Big Bash and has reached the second-highest number of bowlers.