Kumar Sangakkara went nostalgic on Twitter after former Australia batsman Mark Waugh shared an image of his “arsenal of weapons”, his assortment of cricket bats which additionally included his favorite. “Cleaning the garage out today and came across my arsenal of weapons over the years. My favourite was 2nd from the end on the right. Note my Symonds Super Tusker thought it was ripper in the day but looks like a plank,” Mark Waugh tweeted.
Cleaning the storage out right now and got here throughout my arsenal of weapons over time. My favorite was 2nd from the tip on the proper. Note my Symonds Super Tusker thought it was ripper within the day however appears like a plank. pic.twitter.com/XiH5AUlvbV
— Mark Waugh (@juniorwaugh349) April 10, 2020
Soon after Waugh’s tweet, a fan urged Kumar Sangakkara, Sourav Ganguly and Viv Richards to put up footage of the bats that they used throughout their enjoying days.
“Would be so cool to see the bats used by the retired batmen from all over. Bats used by the likes of @ivivianrichards to @SGanguly99 Can any of them start this challenge and share. Would love to see bats of @KumarSanga2 used for that magical coverdrive. Thank you @juniorwaugh349,” the fan had tweeted.
Sangakkara, the 42-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman replied to the tweet and stated that he has given away all of the bats which he utilized in his profession.
I might like to put up some pics however sadly I’ve no bats at dwelling. None that I’ve utilized in my profession. Given all of them away.
— Kumar Sangakkara (@KumarSanga2) April 10, 2020
“I would love to post some pics but unfortunately I have no bats at home. None that I have used in my career. Given them all away,” Sangakkara tweeted.
Sangakkara, very like different cricketers around the globe, is spending time at dwelling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The left-hander had posted a couple of movies on Instagram not too long ago to induce his followers to remain at dwelling to curb the unfold of the lethal coronavirus.
The coronavirus has affected greater than 1.6 million folks worldwide and it has taken over 96,000 lives globally.