Zimbabwean Luke Jongwe’s fantasies about playing the Indian Premier League (IPL) could before long work out as expected after the right-arm pace bowler took four for 18 in 3.5 overs to lead his group to its first-since forever prevail upon Pakistan in T20 Internationals.
A day after he picked four Pakistan batsmen, including hotshot Mohammed Rizwan and Babar Azam, a four-year-old tweet surfaced via web-based media in which Jongwe says he needs to play IPL.
“One day I will play IPL ..#ticktok,” he composed on his Twitter handle on April 26, 2017.
The tweet became famous online on Saturday in the wake of going unseen for a very long time.
Because of his spell on Friday, Zimbabwe crushed Pakistan by 19 pursues excusing them for only 99.
“I simply need to say thanks to Almighty for this game and my colleagues just as mentors. It got hard to bat later on in the innings and I just continued changing the speed, something that I’m acceptable at,” said Jongwe.
His capacity to change speed may make him a top draw for IPL one year from now in the event that he sets up comparative great exhibitions.
Aside from his tweet, Jongwe’s festival also circulated around the web as he was seen holding a shoe to his ear like a telephone.
“I had a go at duplicating it from [Tabraiz] Shamsi of South Africa,” he clarified his festival style.
No big surprise, Proteas left-arm wrist spinner Shamsi, who is the world No. 1 bowler in T20I rankings, was delighted.
“Haha this is cool…. gotta have a good time and have fun a piece while playing this wonderful game,” composed Shamsi on his Twitter handle while quote-tweeting a video of his festival.
Jongwe reacted by calling him sibling from across the line.
“Sibling from across the line,” tweeted Jongwe.