Harmanpreet Kaur discloses her favourite fielding drill, best knock in international cricket

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Harmanpreet Kaur discloses her favourite fielding drill, best knock in international cricket

The Covid-19 pandemic has stopped everything in the world, and common people, along with celebrities from various fields, are spending time at home in order to follow the self-isolation process.

Several cricketers from around the globe are interacting with fans on social media and revealing those little things which a lot of people are not aware of.

India women’s T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur also did the same on Thursday when she ran a Q/A session and answered quite a few questions asked by her fans and followers.

During the session, Harman revealed her favourite type of fielding drill. The official handle of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Women asked Harman to explain what is her favourite fielding drill.

“What kind of fielding drills do you enjoy the most? #AskHarman” asked BCCI Women.

The Punjabi cricketer responded and disclosed that she loves to take skyrocket catches in the training sessions.

In another question, Harman was quizzed to tell her favourite knock, to which she referred to her match-winning century in the 2017 World Cup.

Harman played a fantastic knock of unbeaten 171 in the semifinal of the mega event, which ruled Australia out of the tournament.

“171* in the one-day world cup 2017,” tweeted Harman.

Under the leadership of Harman, India recently made it to their first-ever T20 World Cup final. The Women in Blue faced hosts Australia in that match and had to face an embarrassing loss a the jam-packed Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).


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