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Watch: Rashid Khan and Andre Russell shares a lighter moment after bails failed to fall

Rashid Khan and Andre Russell shared a lighter moment between them in a CPL match. after bails failed to fall down off Rashid Khan’s bowling.

Rashid Khan and Andre Russell shares a lighter moment

This year’s Caribbean Premier League is currently underway as per the original plan without any postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic situation. The league has gained significant attention from the fans as this is the first recognized T20 league, that is played after the lockdown.

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With the season, heading towards the knockout stage, the defending champions Barbados Tridents finished their season on a high note. Barbados Tridents won the match against Jamaica Tallawahs by seven wickets by chasing a target of 162. The match witnessed an absolute spirit of the game moment.

After a long wait, Andre Russell had a chance to come up the order for Jamaica Tallawahs. The hard-hitting all-rounder scored 54 runs off 28 balls. The right-handed batsman got a lifeline off Rashid Khan’s bowling as bails failed to dislodge.

It happened in the last ball of the 18th over. The batsman tried for a slog sweep but he was deceived by Rashid Khan. Ultimately, the ball went on to hit the bails, and LED lights started to lit up. Unfortunately, the bails didn’t fall down and denied the wicket for the leggie.

Meanwhile, Rashid Khan started to celebrate and went on to realize that it wasn’t a wicket for him. Soon after, the Caribbean batsman imitated the celebration of the leggie. But Rashid Khan took it on a lighter note and both players shared some lighter moments between them.

 

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