In a fancy game like cricket, the players come up with new celebrations and styles regularly.
Now Shamsi has brought his old passion to the cricket field.
One of the purest moments in cricket is watching a bowler celebrate after taking a wicket.
South Africa spinner Tabraiz Shamsi is known for his extravagant celebrations and has in the past wowed with his dance moves and shoe telephone antics after taking wickets.
As he waved it in the air, it became a magic wand, much to the amusement of the crowd watching at Paarl's Boland Park.
The incident happened between the match between Paarl Rocks and Durban Heat in South Africa's premier T20 tournament.
The video of Shamsi's celebration has long past viral with many followers even questioning whether or now now not right here's the most effective likely celebration ever viewed.
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Talking about his insane antics on the field, the wrist-spinner told India Today, "I have always been fascinated by magic and different tricks".
However, the magic trick of the left-arm chinaman couldn't help his team secure a win as Durban Heat chased down the target of 197 with seven balls to spare. I still love it, but cricket obviously took over after that.
Further, the spinner added that entertaining fans in the middle is one of his ways to get pressure off from his shoulders.
"Adam Zampa should focus a little bit more on himself and a lot less on me and my celebrations".
After the match was over, Shamsi revealed that he has always been fascinated by magic and different tricks and wanted to become a magician from the age of 15-16.
'I really feel like when I'm myself, I'm able to play my finest cricket'.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Shamsi has grabbed headlines for his freaky celebrations.