Quinton de Kock endures pullover catastrophe, Rohit Sharma left in parts


Quinton de Kock was the Man of the Match as Mumbai Indians (MI) extensively beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL 2020 match on Friday, however, there was one thing he did which made some MI faculty ‘go crazy’, said MI lead trainer Mahela Jayawardene after the match.

De Kock went out to bat in his preparation attire and was seen pulling his match shirt down over an orange pullover, which he had neglected to change out of.

As De Kock and Rohit Sharma were seen leaving to bat in the pursuit, the South African was seen abruptly surging back towards the hole. In any case, with time conceivably being a limitation, he was then observed advancing back to join Rohit once more, changing his match shirt to hide an orange band that was appearing.

Rohit Sharma, pausing and watching his initial accomplice’s defeat, blasted out in chuckling.

After the match, with De Kock’s 78 off 44 balls driving MI through to an exhaustive 8-wicket triumph with three overs to save, MI lead trainer Jayawardene stated: “Aside from Quinny proceeding to bat with his training pants, all that else was truly good.”

Jayawardene revealed to De Kock, “alright, so don’t do that again in light of the fact that the promoting folks are going crazy, individuals went crazy too.”