Brendon McCullum climbed the stadium fence to give a shirt to a fan
In the third Test match between Pakistan and England in Karachi, former New Zealand captain and England’s head coach Brendon McCullum climbed the stadium fence.
England’s coaching team distributed gifts to the spectators at the Karachi Stadium, including shirts and balls.
England coaching team dishing out gifts at the end of the tour 🙌#PAKvENG pic.twitter.com/IyP81vlGoP— England's Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) December 20, 2022
In the stadium, Brendon McCullum attempted to give the cricket fans over the shirt collar, but it didn’t work.
However, the former cricketer immediately offered to remove the shirt, climbed the jungle, and threw the shirt toward the fans.
The England Barmy Army shared Brendon McCullum’s video from their verified Twitter account.
The video’s caption asked, ‘Do you guys think Brendan McCullum can’t do anything?’
After the Rawalpindi and Multan Tests, England also whitewashed Pakistan in the three-match series by defeating them in Karachi.