Ashes Series 2021-22: An interesting incident is captured on camera during the first Ashes Test between England and Australia at Gabba.
Proposal Viral Video
Ashes Series 2021-22: An interesting incident was caught on camera during the first Ashes Test between England and Australia at Gabba. A young England cricket fan won everyone’s hearts off the field in Australia’s first innings. In a video shared on social media, the boy proposed to his girlfriend from Australia during the match. The girl said ok to it and said all the best.
The girl who accepted the proposal hugged her boyfriend. The rings were exchanged after that. The audience at the time applauded and greeted the two. The girl’s name is Natalie and the boy’s name is Rob.
This special proposal was shown live on a large screen on the ground. The video is going viral on social media. Social media users are also giving a variety of reactions. One user commented that there was a good moment during the match.
Australia hold on to the match ..
The first match between Australia and England is being played in Brisbane as part of the Ashes series. Australia ended the first innings at 425 on Friday, the third day of the match. Travis Head batted superbly and scored 152 off 148 balls. At the same time, England were bowled out for 23 in the second innings. Rory Burns, who could not even open the account in the first innings, was dismissed for 13 in the second innings. Habeeda Hameed then scored 27 and joined the pavilion. England are currently on 159 for 2, losing 2 wickets. Still trailing by 119 runs.
Earlier, England were all out for 147 in the first innings. Australia won the toss and elected to field.
Massive shoutout to Rob Hale, he met Natalie back in 2017 during the last #Ashes with the Barmy Army!
– England’s Barmy Army (BTheBarmyArmy) December 10, 2021
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