No handshakes or high-fives, James Anderson offers first glimpse of post-Covid celebrations in cricket – WATCH

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No High-fives, no hugs, no wild head rubs, only elbow contacts and smiles – Cricket got its first glimpse of post-Covid world throughout England’s inner execution game between Team Stokes and Team Buttler on Wednesday. Veteran James Anderson, who returned to action for the first time since struggling an harm in New Zealand, was seen celebrating his wickets with elbow dabs with teammates.

The elbow dabs have develop into fairly the norm in soccer ever since action started after shut to 2 months break due to the pandemic. If there was any doubt about how cricketers would go about their celebrations then Wednesday’s execution game in the led as much as the three-match Test series between England and West Indies, which will even mark the return of international cricket after three months, erased all of it.

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In a video shared by England Cricket on its official Twitter deal with, Anderson, after trapping Joe Denly (48) right in entrance, celebrated with elbow dabs even when wicket-keeper Ben Foakes had raised his arms for a customary high-five out of behavior.


Cricket is back and @jimmy9 is taking wickets! ?

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— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 1, 2020

Anderson who’s representing Team Stokes in the execution game, bowled 18 overs, returning with figures of two for 49. Anderson was also seen utilizing the hand-sanitisers a number of occasions through the course of the day.


It’s distinct, however it’s back ❤️?

— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 1, 2020

Team Buttler ended the day at 287 for 5 with James Bracey and Dan Lawrence scoring spectacular fifties.

The Ben Stokes-led England side will tackle West Indies in the first of the three Tests ranging from July eight at Southampton.

This shall be first Test by which the new guidelines will come into play essentially the most talked about one the ban of utilization of saliva to shine the cricket ball to reduce the specter of cricketers getting manifested.

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