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A ‘Salute’ from Sheldon Cottrell to India blind cricket team

Sheldon Cottrell who is famed for his ‘salute’ celebration shared a heart-warming picture with members of the Blind Indian Cricket team.

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A ‘Salute’ from Sheldon Cottrell to India blind cricket team
Sheldon Cottrell with Indian Blind Cricket Team. Photo: Twitter

Caribbean pacer Sheldon Cottrell who is famed for his ‘salute’ celebration during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, has shared a heart-warming picture with members of the Blind Indian Cricket team.

The Indian blind cricket team are now staying in Jamaica to play a bilateral series who visited Cottrell’s army base.

All of them posed with the signature celebration of the West Indian fast bowler a ‘salute’.

Later Cottrell tweeted, “The Indian Blind Cricket team have made an historic visit to Jamaica – I met them at my work place – my army base Up Camp Park. #salute to these men and their achievements.”

His next tweet read, “You can follow the World Champions here – @blind_cricket .Goodluck to my Jamaican countrymen also. #CABI #windies.”

Sheldon Cottrell grabbed 12 wickets for West Indies in the just completed World Cup 2019. He was seen celebrating after each wicket with a stand out ‘salute’.

The 29-year old then explained as he was an active member of the Jamaican armed forces, he provided the salute to his superior.

Cottrell so far picked 29 wickets playing 23 one day international matches for West Indies.

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