Pakistani anchor Zainab Abbas survives breaking leg; Collision with fielder during live match; crashed on the boundary line
During the match played between Sunrisers Eastern Cape and MI Cape Town in the South Africa T20 League, there was a big accident with famous Pakistani sports anchor Zainab Abbas, whose video is going viral.
The first season of South Africa T20 League is being played from 10 January. A total of 14 matches have been played so far and the fans have also got to see many nail-biting matches in the tournament. But something happened during the match between Sunrisers Eastern Cape and MI Cape Town on Wednesday, which caught everyone’s attention. Pakistani anchor Zainab Abbas survived a major accident during Sunrisers innings. Whose video is going viral on social media.
MI collided with Cape Town fielder
In the first season of the South Africa T20 League, the domestic cricketers have been in tremendous form and have been in limelight due to their bowling, fielding and batting. During the match played between MI Cape Town and Sunrisers Eastern, Zainab Abbas was interviewing on the ground very close to the boundary line. During this, Marco Jansen of Sunrisers Eastern Cape hit a shot on the leg side, two fielders raced to catch it, one fielder even dived to stop the ball, but the ball did not stop and he slid on his stomach to the boundary line. Anchoring close to Zainab collided with Abbas.
Zainab lost her balance due to the fielder’s leg and she fell down on her waist. However, she recovered herself and stood up again with the help of other members and when her partner asked her about it, she told that she was fine. Commenting on the video shared on Super Sport’s Twitter account after the match, Zainab wrote, “The match was saved. But now I know how it feels. Get out the ice pack.
Talking about the match, the MI Cape Town team batting first managed to score 171 runs for 6 wickets thanks to Roolofsen’s half-century. In response to this, at one time it seemed that the Sunrisers team was about to lose, but Marco Jansen played a key role in winning the team by playing a blistering inning of 66 runs in 27 balls. Sunrisers won this match by two wickets.