This is brilliant. Simply brilliant.
No, not the fact that Australian cricket player Brad Haddin sustained an eye injury, but rather the goofy manner in which it occurred, as well as the humorous commentary provided in the background.
The culprit for knocking his own teammate out of the match was James Faulkner, who apparently tried to do his best Three Stooges impersonation...
You are doing it wrong…. Brad Haddin and James Faulkner may be decent cricketers, yet their celebrations really need some work. Haddin had to leave the field for a solid amount of time with an eye injury after the missed high five. Luckily there was a silver lining as Australia beat India.
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Cricket highlights are few and far between on this site, mainly because a) I don’t understand Cricket all that much, and b) TV access to games is very, very limited. That being said, I’m not above featuring a Cricket post on this here blog, especially when the story basically writes itself.
Since it’s summer in the land Down Under, the Cricket season is in full effect. ...
Peter Spurling is a 16-year-old Australian Football prospect. He didn't make the news for Football though. He was seen at a a cricket match between Australia and Sir Lanka making a nice grab in the crowd. Spurling made a leaping "one-handed catch in the crowd off a towering Brad Haddin six, sparking a mega cheer and high-fives aplenty in the stands."
During a recent Cricket match, Brad Haddin blasted a six into the crowd and a spectator came down with one of the best grabs we have seen, especially considering he was carrying an iced coffee and two hamburgers. The spectator is a 16-year old named Peter Spurling who according to the Herald Sun is already being recruited heavily while he plays for his AIS AFL Academy. The catch...
Brad Haddin's difficult month became even worse when he was out for a duck on a terrible day for New South Wales at the WACA
James Sutherland has admitted the public was poorly informed about Brad Haddin's omission from the team, but reiterated the players were clear in their communication with the selectors
Australia's wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has said he feels like he has been dropped from the ODI side rather than rested
Brad Haddin is set to be stood down from the first bracket of the triangular ODI series against India and Sri Lanka
Joe the cameraman Previtera rides a Segway while filming. And, recently, Joe met keeper Brad Haddin's helmet.
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