Video Of Indian And German Officials Playing Cricket In Office Goes Viral

Everyone has that one memory of playing cricket with the weirdest tools in the narrow space between their school benches. Childhood was filled with improvised games of โ€œbat-ballโ€ whenever and wherever we wanted. Going back to their childhood days, some Indian consults enjoyed the game with their German colleagues.

In the video that is slowly taking over the Internet, the Indian consults are seen teaching their German counterparts the basics of how to play โ€œgaliโ€ cricket. Germany is relatively unaware of the sport that can easily be called India’s most significant and most-watched sport. Seeing the German officials take in the fun, Indians in the comment section felt their pride swell.

Indian Consuls Teach Cricket To German Officials

Indian Consuls Teach Cricket To Their German Counterparts In Viral Video

In the video, two Indian consults are captured bowling a ball for the batsman on offense, who is a German official. The men were dressed in official clothes, indicating that they were conducting this little practice match in their office. The German official misses the first bowl but then plays well with the second ball thrown by his Indian counterparts. The bowlers looked extra focused on the job, catching the feeling right; they bowled seriously in the little space they had. Another German consult recording the video promptly cautioned the team, “Don’t break the hallway,” which made them giggle.

While throwing the second ball onto the tape, the official hesitated, letting the ball slip out of his hands. He then returned to his spot below the imaginary crease while tapping the ball on the ground like the professionals. He then bowled for his German colleague, who received the ball this time and hit it toward a wall.

Check out the viral video below:

The Video Brought Back Fond Memories For Many People Online

Indian Consuls Teach Cricket To German Officials
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The video brought back childhood memories for many people online. Users discussed their own attempts to play cricket in school under similar conditions, with their uniforms intact and their foils folded into a ball alongside their books as a bat. A user commented on the post, “Ok but why is he bowling so fast to a person who don’t know cricket. Start slow,” while another added, “You teach us good football n in return learn cricket. What say?”

Some commenters were proud after watching the video“It is great sport that connects nations sir. An India germany cricket match would be a wonderful idea to boost tourism and friendly relationshions between the 2 countries,” while others joked around, “Pla join our Indian Team โ€ฆ. We’ll make you the opening batsman.”

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