Cricket is a game of mixed emotions without the shadow of any doubt. The majority of the cricket fans are passionate and get emotional based on how their teams or favourite players play. Every avid fan goes through a phase where they experience mood swings.
Likewise, one of the fans got over excited while watching the match in The Hundred. England’s brand new tournament has been nothing short of entertainment. Both men and women are giving absolutely everything to make the tournament a special one.
The tournament is heading to the final stage as it comes to a close on August 21. The last leg of the tourney has been well and truly thrilling. The top teams are giving everything in a bid to make it to the finals.
Fan gets pumped up and loses his balance in The Hundred
Birmingham Phoenix made a real case for themselves in the competition. As a result, they booked a berth in the finals of the brand new edition of The Hundred. During the 31st game, a very amusing incident happened as a fan got overexcited.
The fan fell over the empty seats in the follow-through. Meanwhile, other fans saw the funny side of the incident. The video clip of the same spread like wildfire on social media portals. Talking about the game, Birmingham Phoenix dominated the game with ease, in what turned out to be a one-sided affair.
Northern Superchargers didn’t stand a chance against the opposition. The Superchargers set a challenging target of 144. They remained clueless more often than not and eventually lost the game. Phoenix captain Liam Livingstone set the tone by scoring a quickfire 92 off just 40 balls.
Livingstone scored a flurry of 3 fours and 10 maximums. Besides the lightning knock, a hilarious moment became the talking point on social media channels. The moment took place when Livingstone was smacking the bowlers out of the park with ease. Meanwhile, one of the fans tried to take the catch and while doing so, he fell over the empty seats right in front of him.
Scenes in #TheHundred2021 with this crowd catch pic.twitter.com/MJ2BV35SDW
— Martin Hunter (@martinhunter132) August 17, 2021