The fan had four different columns such as dropped catches, misfields, poor throws, poor use of the DRS, and he had marked them as per his observation on the field.

A fan holding a whiteboard that had noted down the ‘mistakes’ of the Pakistan cricket team. (Twitter Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The photo has now gone viral on social media with comments on this quirky observer of the game
  • NZ at that time were 235/3 in 94.1 overs with Williamson inching closer to yet another Test hundred
  • Williamson eventually went on to hit his 23rd Test hundred on Sunday

It was the first innings of the match with New Zealand batting and skipper Kane Williamson was just 4 runs away from another ton. The TV cameras as often, scanned over the spectators in the stands.

What took everyone by surprise was a fan holding a whiteboard that had noted down the ‘mistakes’ of the Pakistan cricket team.

The fan had four different columns such as dropped catches, misfields, poor throws, poor use of the DRS, and he had marked them as per his observation on the field.

The photo has now gone viral on social media with comments on this quirky observer of the game.

New Zealand at that time were 235/3 in 94.1 overs with Williamson inching closer to yet another Test hundred and Henry Nicholls batting on 52.

Williamson eventually went on to hit his 23rd Test hundred as the New Zealand innings folded up on 431.

Speaking to the media after Day 2 of the match, Williamson said, “It was really tough. Obviously, the ball was moving around quite a bit and they asked good questions in good areas. It was also quite difficult to score and to get a rhythm scoring – a lot of the partnerships we built were more around time than a flow of runs.”





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