IPL 2018: Brett Lee Dresses Up as an Old Man to Play Cricket with Kids

Published - 29 Apr 2018, 07:20 PM

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Brett Lee Dresses Up as an Old Man to Play Cricket With Kids. Credit: Twitter

The former Australia Cricketer turned commentator, Brett Lee recently stunned everybody, as he dressed himself in a dress of an old man to play cricket with local kids.

Lee retired from international cricket a few years ago but still has it in him to entertain everybody.

Meanwhile, he is currently in India fulfilling his commentary duties in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He is associated with the broadcaster, Star Sports and takes part in various promotional events.

Moreover, the tournament is already in its midway and picked the pace. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is leading the points table with five wins from seven games while Delhi Daredevils is at the bottom.

Many cricketers have already set the tournament on fire with their fantastic performance. Chris Gayle struck the first century of the season followed Shane Watson. Ambati Rayadu is leading the run-scorers chart while Trent Boult is currently the highest wicket-taker.

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Lee dresses like an old man

Lee sported a grey beard and had long hair, which made him look like a man past his prime. The ace cricketer took some useful tips from the kids.

Initially, Lee pretended to be a rookie at the game but later showcased his skills with the bat and the ball, much to the surprise of the kids.

The broadcaster, Star Sports posted a video from their official Twitter account. The video went viral right from the word go.

A ragged, old man turned up at a local park to play cricket with the kids – little did they realise it was none other than @BrettLee_58! Watch many such unique stories only on #SuperSunday, on Star Sports,” the tweet read.

Meanwhile, Lee played 38 matches in this league claiming 25 wickets. He bid adieu to this much-coveted league in 2013.

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