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England’s Barmy Army shares hilarious video of Sloppy Fielding. Watch | Cricket News

Barmy Army shared a hilarious video of a botched pitch©Twitter

England cricket team fan group Barmy Army shared a hilarious video of sloppy pitch cricket on social media on Saturday. In the shared clip, a comedy of errors took place due to the foul of the wicketkeeper and pitcher. Meanwhile, the funny incident saw the hitters survive a strong chance of being fired. It all started with the striking hitter missing his shot. The wicket-keeper attempted to chase him away but he failed to hit the stumps and instead threw one of his gloves in the air in the process.

Meanwhile, the batters tried to steal a run before whoever was on strike retired halfway back into their crease. The non-striker couldn’t make it to his end in time, but a sloppy effort from the bowler saw him survive the dismissal through exhaustion. A loud laugh erupted from the floor as soon as it all ended.

“Another contender for one of the most village videos ever,” Barmy Army wrote while sharing the video on Twitter.

Barmy Army often stays in the news for his social media posts. The unit has recently supported the weight of MS Dhoni fans for attacking the player on his 41st birthday last Thursday.

“Happy Birthday MS, some amazing battles over the years,” Barmy Army wrote on Twitter while sharing a photo of Dhoni walking towards the dugout after being sent off in a match against England at the World Cup 2019.


As Dhoni fans lashed out at Barmy Army, his Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings wrote “Thank you and Yellove on behalf of all Dhoni fans. We love the courtesy offered amid these battles and the incredible memories like these that we treasure. #HappyBirthdayDhoni” while posting photos of Dhoni of India’s victory over England in the Champions Trophy final in 2013.

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