Followers charging all the way down to the enjoying space to fulfill their favorite cricketers will not be one thing new, however this has lowered considerably as gamers have been dwelling in a bio-bubble and followers are urged to take care of their distance. Nevertheless, within the second ODI between Pakistan and West Indies, a fan ran out to the center to salute all-rounder Shadab Khan whereas he was batting, and to everybody’s shock, the Pakistan vice-captain hugged him, prompting an enormous cheer from the gang.
The incident occurred within the thirty ninth over of Pakistan’s innings with Shadab batting on 9. Earlier than the fourth supply of the over, the fan charged down, and it was then that Shadab gave him a hug. After that, the fan went again, but it surely was not earlier than he jumped in pure pleasure.
Watch: Shadab Khan hugs pitch-invader as crowd cheers
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Former West Indies pacer Ian Bishop known as the complete incident a “nice second”.
“Nice second simply now when a spectator ran onto the sphere. As a substitute of being violent with him (as a result of it may have been harmful, plus COVID), Shadab Khan hugged him and despatched him on his manner. #Lovely. P:S,,,I perceive all of the the explanation why that’s frowned upon,” he tweeted.
Nice second simply now when a spectator ran onto the sphere. As a substitute of being violent with him (as a result of it may have been harmful, plus COVID), Shadab Khan hugged him and despatched him on his manner. #Lovely. P:S,,,I perceive all of the the explanation why that’s frowned upon.
This was the sixth straight innings of fifty or extra for each Babar and Imam within the 50-over format.
Imam, who was ultimately run out for 72 after a misunderstanding with Babar, now has scores of 56, 103, 106, 89, 65 and 72.
In the meantime, Babar scored 77.
Each Babar and Imam have joined the likes of Mark Waugh, Gordon Greenidge, Andrew Jones, Mohammad Yusuf, Chris Gayle, Shai Hope, Paul Stirling, Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson within the elite record of batters with 6 straight 50-plus scores in ODIs.
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