Bloody audience in six, emotional posts on Facebook are heartwarming


The scene that was worth watching in the Bangladesh-Sri Lanka match was in the 12th over of Bangladesh’s innings. Tawhid Hridiya hit 3 massive sixes off the first 3 balls of that over bowled by Lankan all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga. 3 sixes hit the gallery, crowd of spectators.

One of these sixes hit the leg of a spectator. His leg was bruised and blood flowed. Maybe no one knew it then, except for two people around.

However, after the game, that spectator spoke in front of the media. He came in front of the media not to complain about the pain, but to express the joy of Bangladesh’s 2-wicket victory. The visitor went viral on social media.

Someone takes a picture of that visitor while talking and sends it to a heart. This star cricketer of Bangladesh is saddened to know that the audience has been seriously injured by his own swinging six. Hridoy made an emotional post on social media Facebook, appealing to his fans.

In the post, Hridoy wrote, ‘Someone sent the pictures, it’s midnight here. Some images are not coming out of the head. It hurts to think that someone’s blood was shed for me. My dear brother, I do not know who you are? All I know is the map of Bangladesh on the chest of the T-shirt you are wearing. You and I are the same. My dead six accidentally fell on your feet. You may smile and say you are happy, but no one knows better than us how much a hard hitting ball hurts.’

In the post, Hridoy expressed his desire to hug the fan if he saw him. In the post, Hridoy added, ‘If you ever meet, hug me, pat me on the head. This younger brother of yours is also suffering from your pain.’

Hriday returned with a great show with the bat, but Bangladesh was in danger of losing at the end.

At the end of the statistics, Bangladesh need 12 runs to win, with 2 wickets in hand. From there, Mahmudullah reduced the nervous pressure of Bangladeshi cricket fans. He hit Dasun Shanaka for a six off the first ball of the 19th over. The match came in the hands of Bangladesh. Mahmudullah left the field winning the match in that over.

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