Former legendary Australia pacer Brett Lee once again showed his amazing Hindi speaking during a conversation with the Indian-origin cricketer Nikhil Chaudhary during the ongoing BBL 2023-24 match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Hobart Hurricanes. Notably, both teams are taking on each other in the 26th match of the tournament.
Coming back to Brett Lee’s Hindi conversation with Nikhil Chaudhary of Hobart Hurricanes in the first innings of the match when the latter was on-mic and in conversation with the commentators after the end of the ninth over in the first innings.
“Nikhil, Brett Lee here. Aap kaise ho? (How are you)” asked Brett Lee to Nikhil on-air.
“Main Theek Hun, thank you (I am good, thank you)” replied Nikhil with a smile.
“Aap se milke Khushi hui, (glad to meet you)” said Brett Lee while continuing the conversation.
“Your Hindi is too good, mate!” replied Chaudhary in a praising tone for the former Aussie legend.
The video of this moment is also making rounds on social media as soon it was shared from the official X handle of the Big Bash League with a caption, “"Your Hindi is too good, mate!" Nikhil was impressed by Binga!”
Here’s the video of Hindi conversation between Brett Lee and Nikhil Chaudhary:
Speaking of the current action of the ongoing match between Melbourne Renegades and Hobart Hurricanes at the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne, the visitors are currently chasing the target of 148 runs given by the Renegades. while chasing the target, Hurricanes have scored 84 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 13.1 overs, having Sam Hain and Corey Anderson there in the middle on the individual scores of 21 and 15 runs, respectively.
Fergus O’Neil has completed his four-over quota, scalping 2 wickets at the cost of 25 runs, alongside one wicket picked by the star spinner Adam Zampa.
Earlier in the match, Hurricanes’ skipper Nathan Ellis won the toss and asked the Renegades to bat first; batting first, the Renegades posted a total of 147 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Jordan Cox played a crucial knock of 47 runs off 36 balls, hitting 3 fours and 3 sixes. Other than him, Jonathan Wells also played a quick and unbeaten knock of 38 runs off just 25 balls, hitting 2 fours and 3 sixes.