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Rahkeem Cornwall copies Steve Smith's art of leaving ball; watch video

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Sep 2, 2019, 5:00 pm IST
Updated Sep 2, 2019, 5:00 pm IST
Cornwall came in as a replacement for injured Miguel Cummins.
Rahkeem Cornwall, the world’s heaviest cricketer, who weighs 140 kgs, made his debut against India during the second Test at the Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica. (Photo: Twitter)
 Rahkeem Cornwall, the world’s heaviest cricketer, who weighs 140 kgs, made his debut against India during the second Test at the Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica. (Photo: Twitter)

Mumbai: Rahkeem Cornwall, the world’s heaviest cricketer, who weighs 140 kgs, made his debut against India during the second Test at the Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica.

Cornwall came in as a replacement for injured Miguel Cummins. In his first Test match, Cornwall scalped three wickets and also bowled the most number of overs for the home side.

 

Cornwall who made his debut against India in the on-going Test series, copied Steve Smith’s art of leaving the ball. Steve Smith during the second Test match hardly let any ball to trouble him. The best batsman in Test format showed brilliant confidence left the ball which was lurking around his off-stump.  

Smith danced in his popping crease to show his unique style of leaving the ball. His move attracted the netizens to react hilariously. Even Jofra Archer, who bowled a deadly bouncer to injure Smith, was seen copying Smith’s action. Now, Cornwall too copied Smith’s art of leaving the ball when West Indies were 87/7.

Check Cornwall’s video:-

 

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