BAN vs ENG 2023 – WATCH: Mark Wooden takes off his jersey throughout a weird catch drill
The England tour of Bangladesh 2023 is about to start on Wednesday (March 1). The guests can be dealing with hosts in three ODIs and as many T20Is on their tour. Forward of the opening sport, a video of England’s premier quick bowler Mark Wooden has gone viral on social media.
Wooden final featured in a global match in December 2022 in opposition to Pakistan in Karachi. The 33-year-old pacer has been named within the English staff’s squad for each ODI and T20I video games versus Bangladesh, because the touring occasion desires to see him acquire again momentum forward of the Ashes collection in June.
Wooden additionally gave the impression to be trying ahead to creating a comeback within the worldwide area and was noticed practising previous to the primary ODI in opposition to the hosts. The video from the right-arm pacer’s coaching session left everybody in splits and have become a serious speaking level on social media. Within the clip, Wooden may be seen collaborating within the catching drill, however as quickly because the ball is hit within the air, he begins eradicating off his cap, goggles, jersey, and shorts. Nevertheless, he makes an attempt the catch eventually.
Right here’s the video:
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Followers have been amused to see the humorous drill of the Durham cricketer and couldn’t management their laughter. Reacting to the video, one of many customers wrote, “Bazball goes out of palms,” whereas one other mentioned, “It’s a superb coaching drill to relocate dropping after which attempting to regain the sight and journey of a ball.”
Notably, Jos Buttler will lead England on their tour, and the three ODIs will happen on March 1, 3, and 6, adopted by as many T20Is on March 9,12, and 14. The primary match of the collection can be held at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Dhaka.
After the conclusion of the white ball collection in Bangladesh, Wooden will resume his on-field motion in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 for the Lucknow Tremendous Giants (LSG), who purchased him for a whopping INR 7.5 crore within the 2022 public sale.