Earlier in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 10, we saw Yuvraj Singh who despite being one of the senior players of this tournament, went down on his knees and tied the shoelaces of youngster Rishabh Pant in the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Delhi Daredevils (DD). And today when SRH were playing Mumbai Indians (MI) in Hyderabad, another player from the same thing did the same. And this time it was, Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi.

Making his debut with the current season of IPL, Mohammad Nabi was playing his second game on today when he showed his brighter side on the cricket field. After delivering the 8th over of the first inning, he collected his cap back from the umpire and was heading towards his fielding position. Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya, who was present at the bowler’s end, noticed that his shoelaces got untied.

Pandya asked Nabi for the help and guess what, he nodded his head in agreement and helped Pandya. Nabi squatted down and tied the opened shoe laces of Hardik Pandya.

Mohammad Nabi’s this gesture undoubtedly proved that he is a man of big heart and very well knows the spirit of the game.

Later, by the end of 20 overs, Nabi ended up being the most economical bowler of the Sunrisers Hyderabad. In a spell of 4 overs, he conceded just 13 runs and managed to take one wicket. He dismissed Lendl Simmons for 1 run, dented the Mumbai opening partnership and gave the first and much needed breakthrough to his team.

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