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दिलचस्प है नागिन डांस का इतिहास, बांग्लादेश-श्रीलंका के मैच में खिलाड़ी खूब करते हैं इसका इस्तेमाल, जानें क्यों

The story started in 2016. Bangladesh left arm spinner Najmul Islam started his career playing in Bangladesh League. Najmul suddenly raised his hand and began to dance the snake. Later, captain Darren Sammy also got going.

The match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the Asia Cup on Thursday had an interesting ending. Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh in a thrilling match and also made it to the top 4. But a video of this match is going very viral on the social media. In this video, Sri Lankan player Chamika Karunaratne is seen doing snake dance.

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However, this is not the first time that the Naagin dance has been seen in the match between the two countries. There have been many occasions before this where players from both countries have been seen doing snake dances against each other. However, we will tell you when it started.

The story started in 2016. Bangladesh left arm spinner Najmul Islam started his career playing in Bangladesh League. Najmul suddenly raised his hand and began to dance the snake. Later, captain Darren Sammy also got going. About this Najmul had said in 2017 that during the game Naagin tried to dance but Darren Sammy pretended to be scared. Since then it started and continues till date. Since then it has become my trademark.

How was the registration in the match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka?

Najmul has danced Naagin in most of her plays. Even during the BPL, he has tried to do this many times. However, Najmul made his T20 debut for Bangladesh in 2018. The match was against Sri Lanka. He took four wickets. It also included the wicket of Danushka Gunathilaka. Danushka was bumped after which Mushfiqur Rahim did the snake dance. All the Bangladeshi players joined the pack and started trying to dance the snake.

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Sri Lanka retaliated

In the T20 match, this snake dance was counter-attacked by Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka won the series and Gunathilaka managed to take 2 wickets in the 18th over of the second match. After this he tried to dance Naagin in counter attack. Bangladesh’s experienced wicket-keeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim is said to have noticed this. Since then, in the match between the two countries, it has been done as a counter attack.

Naagin dance became a symbol of derision

Gradually, this snake dance became a symbol of derision for the players from both countries. The Bangladesh team was touring Sri Lanka during the Nidahas Trophy in 2018. India also participated in this trophy. Sri Lanka won their first match against Bangladesh chasing a target of 215 runs. Mushfiqur Rahim scored 72 runs in 35 balls. After this he did Naagin dance. On this incident, senior Bangladeshi batsman Tamim Iqbal had said that there was no fault of Mushfiqur Rahim in this. The Sri Lankan team did this during the Bangladesh tour. I think Danushka did it first. Rahim had noticed her and it was in his mind.

Interesting development in the next game

The Nagin dance competition continued between the players from Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. In 2018, a match was played at Premadasa Stadium on 16 March. This match served as a qualifier. In this match, however, snake dancing was attempted from both sides. Similar behavior was also seen in the locker room. Several things were broken, after which the match referee awarded a penalty after questioning. There was also an altercation between Bangladesh’s Noor Al Hasan and Sri Lanka’s Thisara Perera in the last over. At half-time in the same match, Hasan was on the pitch with drinks. There was a fight and an argument with some Sri Lankan players. After this, the dispute on both sides had continuously increased. Since then, the players from both countries started using the snake dance to tease each other.

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