The coronavirus outbreak has made the whole world sit inside their houses as it is the best way to break the chain of the virus transmission. Some of us have the option of working from home but there are many who just can’t work from home, even if they want to, such as professional cricketers. The cricket players all around the globe are spending this time with their family, interacting with fans, spreading awareness about coronavirus, playing with their kids and pets, etc.
Recently the skipper of the New Zealand cricket team, Kane Williamson posted a video on his Instagram account in which he is seen with his dog Sandy. In the video, Williamson edged the ball with his bat and Sandy took a wonderful catch just like a brilliant slip-fielder.
Here’s the video:
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Now the Indian cricketer Shreyas Iyer has tried to do the same act with his dog Bretty. Bretty failed first time in collecting the ball but in the second attempt, she took the catch comfortably and also ran to celebrate the moment.
Shreyas shared the video on the micro-blogging site Twitter with caption, “Betty wanted to have a go too after watching Kane Williamson’s beautiful dog Sandy nail that catch. Took Betty a while but she’s got her first catch and immediately ran to celebrate”.
Betty wanted to have a go too after watching Kane Williamson’s beautiful dog Sandy nail that catch. Took Betty a while but she’s got her first catch and immediately ran to celebrate 😊😂 pic.twitter.com/yM8lzdvs2e
— Shreyas Iyer (@ShreyasIyer15) March 30, 2020
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Well, all those who have dogs at home must not be feeling bored at all and they can also try to play cricket with them to have some fun.
The situation all over the world is getting more alarming due to the coronavirus outbreak as more than 7.5 lakhs are infected while over 37,000 people have lost their lives. If we talk about India, the number of confirmed cases has crossed the mark of 1300 while around 40 people have lost their lives because of this lethal virus which has been declared as pandemic by World Health Organization.
Stay at home, practice social distancing and go out only if very necessary! Stay safe and healthy!