After his first Test wicket against Australia, West Indies debutant Kevin Sinclair drops his backflip celebration

The debutant of the West Indies cricket team, Kevin Sinclair, celebrated his maiden Test wicket in ripping style on Day 2 against Australia.
Sinclair, who earlier made a half-century to help the West Indies make 311 in the first inning, struck with the ball late on Friday to grab the crucial wicket of Usman Khawaja.
Khawaja was the only Aussie of the top five to make double figures and looked on track to make a century at the Gabba. But Sinclair had other ideas, and he found the edge, which left Alick Athanaze with an easy catch at first slip. The wicket was crucial in the context of the match, and it had a celebration to match.
Sinclair, who had already conceded 48 runs in just over six overs, sprinted off and did a cartwheel and backflip in extraordinary scenes.
Alister Nicholson said, “The breakthrough has come from nowhere, and the celebration is 10/10."


Jan 26, 2024 11:39 AM