England’s Barmy Army shares video of little boy’s bowling skills; internet left impressed

England’s Barmy Army shares video of little boy’s bowling skills; internet left impressed

 

England’s Barmy Army shared the video with the caption, “No footwork…” followed by a laughing emoji. The clip has garnered over 600,000 views.

England's Barmy Army shares video of little boy's bowling skills; internet impressed

Barmy Army’s clip praises the bowling skills of a young boy. Twitter/Barmy Army

England’s Barmy Army has long been famous for their enthusiastic posts regarding their cricket team. However, their recent video is sure to give you a boost of serotonin. The footage shared by the Barmy Army will leave you nostalgic about your childhood, especially if you played gully cricket. The clip praises the bowling skills of a young boy. The clip shows the boy bowling to a statue. The statue, which has a bat in its hand, is placed on the street in such a way that it looks like it is batting.

In the video, the boy throws the ball at the statue. The delivery bounces off the bat and goes straight into the hands of a man standing in as the fielder. The video ends as the little one celebrates his ‘wicket’.

England’s Barmy Army shared the video with the caption, “No footwork…” followed by a laughing emoji. The clip has garnered over 600,000 views. Watch:

Several users posted hilarious responses on the video, with many taking a dig at England’s current batting order.

Others praised the kid’s bowling skills.

Some stated that they had seen many videos of kids bowling spin in England and wondered if the nation was going to produce “a generation of Shane Warnes”.

A few people implied that equal attention should be given to the great catch as well.

One user even remarked that the kid should be inducted into the Test team.

England’s famed ‘bazball’ approach in Test cricket came under fire after the Ben Stokes-led unit lost to South Africa by an innings and 12 runs in the first game. The Three Lions put up a dismal performance with the bat in both innings, with only Ollie Pope going past 50 runs. The Proteas completely dominated the encounter, thanks to their fierce bowling attack. Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje starred with the ball for the visitors.

England will be looking to reverse their fortunes when the two teams face off for the second Test at Manchester’s Old Trafford. The match will be held from 25 August.

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