WATCH: Kane Williamson asks Angelo Mathews if he checked his helmet strap before coming to bat, video goes viral

Kane Williamson tried to recall the 'timed out' incident to Angelo Mathews by asking him if he had checked the helmet strap before coming to bat.

Mathew K
Nov 09, 2023 19:43 IST
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Angelo Mathews and Kane Williamson (File Photo, Twitter)

Angelo Mathews and Kane Williamson (File Photo, Twitter)

The New Zealand skipper Kane Willaimson left everyone in splits with one of his on-field antics with the former Sri Lankan skipper and veteran all-rounder Angelo Mathews. It all happened when Sri Lankan lost their fifth wicket in Kusal Perera and Angelo Mathews came to bat there in the middle.

As soon as Mathews reached the pitch, Kane Williamson didn’t miss a chance to initiate a banter on the infamous ‘timed out’ incident with Mathews in the game against Bangladesh. The Kiwi skipper came to Mathews and asked if the latter had checked his helmet strap already before coming to bat, which was an alleged reason behind him getting ‘timed out’ against Bangladesh.

Just after Kane Williamson’s question, Mathews shared a laugh with the former and both the stars enjoyed the banter with the laughs. The video of this hilarious incident involving Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson and the Islanders’ veteran Angelo Mathews also made rounds on social media as soon as it was shared by a user over X (formerly Twitter)

Here’s the video when Kane Williamson asked Angelo Mathews about his strap:


Speaking of the action of the ongoing 41st match of the tournament between Sri Lanka and New Zealand, the Blackcaps are looking comfortably heading towards the target as they have scored 150 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 21 overs while chasing the target of 172 runs, having Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips there in the middle on the individual scores of 37 and 4 runs, respectively.

Earlier in the second innings, the Kiwi openers Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra provided a strong start to their side with an 86-run stand for the first wicket. Conway and Ravindra played the crucial knocks of 45 and 42 runs, respectively.

Maheesh Thekshana, Dushmantha Chameera, and Angelo Mathews have scalped one wicket each for Sri Lanka so far in the match, alongside a run-out of Mark Chapman.

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