WATCH: Kane Williamson’s playful gesture caught on camera during warm-up


A light-hearted moment turned heads during a recent warm-up session as former New Zealand Test captain Kane Williamson was caught on camera showing the middle finger to one of his teammates after a playful distraction.

Kane Williamson shows middle finger to his teammate after being hit by the ball

The incident occurred amidst the team’s preparations, adding an unexpected twist to the pre-match day atmosphere.

In the footage captured during the warm-up, Williamson can be seen doing stretching exercise. As the team was going through their practice routines, one of Williamson’s teammates seemingly attempted to playfully disrupt his focus by throwing a ball at him.

As the ball hit Williamson on his left-leg, Williamson playfully raised his hand, forming the gesture of the middle finger, which was captured on camera.

While the gesture appeared to be in jest and was met with laughter from those present, it quickly caught the attention of onlookers and fans. Social media platforms were abuzz with discussions about the light-hearted moment involving the New Zealand superstar.

Here’s the video:

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Williamson, known for his composed demeanour both on and off the field, is often admired for his sportsmanship and leadership qualities. The playful interaction showcased a lighter side of the usually serious and focused cricketer, providing a glimpse into the camaraderie shared within the team.

Consecutive centuries for Kane Williamson at the Bay Oval

In the ongoing first Test of the two-game series against South Africa, Williamson reached his 31st Test century on Day 3. During the first innings, Williamson recorded a score of 118 (289), comprising 16 fours. In the subsequent innings, he accumulated 109 runs (132), including 12 fours and one six.

His consecutive tons have propelled the Blackcaps to a massive lead over the Proteas. At close of Day 3, New Zealand were leading by 528 runs, with a score of 179/4 in their second essay.

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