New Delhi. You might have rarely seen such acrobatics on the cricket field. But, a West Indies cricketer is a complete stuntman. He not only shows wonders with the ball and bat but also shows acrobatics whenever he gets a chance. Something similar was seen during the second Test being played between Australia and West Indies in Brisbane. Kevin Sinclair has made his debut for West Indies in this test. Sinclair first scored a half-century in his debut Test innings and then also took a wicket during Australia’s innings.
The kind of celebration that Kevin Sinclair celebrated after this. This is rarely seen on a cricket field. Sinclair got the most important wicket of Usman Khawaja and after that started showing acrobatics on the field itself. The video of him doing cartwheels is going viral on social media.
Cartwheel celebration by Kevin Sinclair after taking his first Test wicket.pic.twitter.com/wftfxUAtMa
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Sinclair showed acrobatics after the wicket
Khawaja was out after scoring 75 runs. This is not the first time that Kevin has celebrated a wicket in this manner on the field, he has already shown such acrobatics after taking a wicket in the Caribbean Premier League.
Sinclair scored fifty in debut test innings
Batting first in the Brisbane Test, West Indies were in poor condition. In the first innings, the team had lost 5 wickets for 64 runs. After this, Kevin Sinclair, who came out to bat, not only took over the innings of West Indies, but also scored a half-century in his first Test.
Sinclair scored 50 runs in 98 balls. During this he hit 5 fours and one six. Apart from him, Joshua D’Silva also played an inning of 79 runs. West Indies scored 311 runs in the first innings.