CricketObed McCoy Celebrates His First Wicket In Iconic Pushpa Style
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Allu Arjun’s ‘Jhukega Nahi’ style has become a symbolic expression. Celebrities, actors, sportsmen, all are showing off their best impression. This style of Allu has transcended the language barrier and many players around the world are often seen imitating it on the field. Obed McCoy, who was making his IPL debut, did something similar. After getting Sheldon Jackson out in a tricky situation, the bowler celebrated in Pushpa style.

While fielding on the cricket , players have been seen celebrating in ‘Pushpa’ style, so bowlers also did not stop from celebrating like this. We have seen Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, David Warner, Yuzvendra taking up the Pushpa moves challenge. Also, in Bangladesh Premier League, Dwayne Bravo and Shakib Al Hasan did this amazing and iconic celebration.

Now in the 30th match of IPL 2022, once again the bowler was seen celebrating in the style of ‘Pushpa’. Rajasthan Royals bowler Obed McCoy was also seen celebrating after taking a wicket against Kolkata Knight Riders, whose video is going viral.

In this match, McCoy took 2 wickets in the last over of the innings to ensure a 7-run victory for Rajasthan Royals. After this, his Allu Arjun style once again came into the limelight, which is becoming very viral on social media.

Actually, chasing the target of 218 runs, KKR were almost close to victory. They needed 11 runs in the last over. However, they lost 8 wickets, but Sheldon Jackson and Umesh Yadav were batting. Umesh was batting like a finisher, which seemed that he would end the match. But captain Sanju Samson handed over the ball to Windies’ fast bowler Obed McCoy. Jackson took a double on the first ball of the over, but played the next ball straight to the hands of a fielder.

This was McCoy’s first wicket in the IPL, which he celebrated in Pushpa style. After the match, Rajasthan Royals also tweeted the same style of McCoy on their Twitter handle. The royals tweeted this video and wrote – ‘Ladies and Gentlemen – Obed McCoy.’

Talking about this match, Rajasthan Royals scored 217 runs for 5 wickets while batting first. In response, Kolkata’s team was all out after scoring 210 runs. In this match for the Royals, the swashbuckling batsman Jos Buttler scored a century, while Yuzvendra Chahal took 5 wickets including a hat-trick.