After choosing the bowl first against England in the first match of World Cup at The Oval, South Africa captain Faf du Plessis shocked everyone getting Tahir to bowl first. Making use of the opportunity, Tahir claimed the first wicket in the World Cup 2019 dismissing dangerous England opener Jonny Bairstow (0) off his very second delivery. Bairstow failed to anticipate Tahir's googly and went ahead to defend the ball, thus it resulted in giving up a catch to the wicketkeeper, Quinton de Kock.
The 40-year-old right-arm leg spinner created new history on Thursday as he became the first spinner to bowl the first ball of a World Cup. However, his quirky celebrations haven't curbed yet, went across the boundary with open arms after taking the crucial wicket. The moment once again brought laughter on social media after memers have set upon it.
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