Spectator makes an incredible catch while holding two beers in one hand during a match in the Carribean Premier League 2019.
Carribean Premier League is always high on entertainment and the new season of it is nothing short of that till now. Chris Gayle scored his 22nd century in the format and other prominent stars Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, Kieron Pollard, and other international players are giving incredible performances.
While players are entertaining the viewers from on the field. The audiences are nothing short of it too. Already CPL is known for its lively crowds, which the players adore a lot.
In a recent event by a fan in a match between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and the Trinbago Knight Riders who snatched glory in such an all-encompassing way.
The fan caught a ball with one hand in a nerve-wracking shot, but the spectator did not finch and grasped the ball with one hand, and even remained on a power-kneeling pose for the cameras to capture him.
If you think this was a lot, the spectator held two beer glasses all this while and did not even spill a drop out of it, while this all was going on. A pretty amazing legendary story for the man ahead.
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While you mugs were asleep at 3.30 this morning, some of us were watching one of the greatest crowd catches ever.
Two beers in the other hand, doesn’t spill a drop- until he walks into BIG MOMMA’S HOUSE pic.twitter.com/mQEFzBYFh6
— Robbie B (@cricketpunt) September 18, 2019
This one-handed catch may land the fan a full two-month supply of free beer as CPL’s Head of Marketing, Chris Watson had announced before the start of tournament, that any fan who catches a six one-handed at any CPL match will win two months’ supply of beer, and the first to do so in each tournament location will win tickets to the CPL final.
A pretty good return to the viewer for his remarkable catch. Meanwhile, Guyana Amazon Warriors are leading the points table with five wins out of five matches and has 10 points to their name.