SA vs WI: Rovman Powell Put His Body On The Line In Order To Save 2 Kids At The Boundary Line

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  • bySagar
  • 2023-03-27T15:00:00

Rovman Powell wins hearts, SA vs WI: Cricketers are risk-takers and they give absolutely everything for the country to help the team win games and that’s how they go about their business.

Meanwhile, during the second T20I between South Africa and West Indies, an unreal incident happened. It took the cricket fraternity by surprise.

West Indies captain Rovman Powell put his body on the line in order to save two kids at the boundary line. He almost injured himself in the process.

While he was sprinting towards the boundary line, he was only chasing the ball to prevent it from touching the rope. However, the West Indies captain realized that the ball won the race.

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Rovman Powell
Rovman Powell wins hearts

Meanwhile, the Caribbean also realized that there were two little ball boys near the boundary rope. He put his body on the line by pulling off a top humanitarian effort.

SA vs WI: Rovman Powell wins the hearts of the cricket fraternity

Rovman Powell won the spirit of cricket by nearly injuring himself rather than crashing into the two little ball boys. The video clip of the same has gone viral.

Watch the video below:-

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“SPIRIT OF CRICKET – Rovman Powell puts his body on the line and nearly injures himself instead of crashing into two little ball boys. Top humanitarian effort by the WI Captain!” read the caption of the video.

Meanwhile, talking about the game, West Indies went on to lose the second game, despite herculean batting efforts in the first innings.

The Caribbeans posted a record 258 for the loss of five wickets in their quota of 20 overs. In reply, South Africa chased down the target with seven balls to spare.

Quinton de Kock scored a match-winning century. He accomplished the feat off just 43 balls and it was also his maiden T20I century.

After the game, Rovman Powell said, “Sometimes you have to put your body through stress and it was an important game. When we came off halfway, we thought we had enough. Credit has to be given to Quinton de Kock and Reeza Hendricks. They took us off to a flier and played exceptional cricket. They applied pressure from ball one.”

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