Oooofff! Commentators Can't Stop Laughing After Cricketer Gets Hit in the "Gonads"
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Oh no! He’s taken it in the Gonads… hahaha bwaaa hhhhhaaaaaaa.


Global (03 April 2022) – It’s true, laughter is the best medicine… and sometimes a cricketer has to get hit in the gonads to get us all to laugh.

The match between Indian Royals and Brothers XI Portugal took place on the 31st of March, but it’s the commentators that stole the show after Md Shaikat took a painful shot to the groin.

Struggling to contain himself, one of the commentators says: “Ohh, he’s taken it in the gonads.”

And then the duo break out into uncontrollable laughter. And their laughter is possibly the best thing you will hear today.

The clip was shared by the European Cricket League who wrote: “Having a bad day? It could always be worse.”

Watch the hilarious video below:

And to get more information about the European Cricket League. Click here.

Sources: WFTV9 | ABC 
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