Sports can best be summed up as a reflection of life. However, when part of what the backroom staff does while keeping its computers on during work hours becomes live, it can become embarrassing for some. During the West Indies-Pakistan Test match at Sabina Park, the giant screen showed what seemed to be a list of music files, most probably being accessed by some staff member responsible for handling the graphics that are displayed during the match.
However, the official failed to realise that his computer screen was on the display to not only the ones in the spectators but also those watching on television when he/she began to browse some music. Given this day and age of social media, netizen was quick to take a snap of the image of the big screen and questioned whether "we were meant to see this" or have they been caught red-handed?
Check out his Tweet here:
Talking about the match, the West Indes have managed to take a 34-run lead till Stumps on Day 2. While Pakistan batted first and were bowled out for 217, the home team were 251/8 at the end of play on August 13. Fawad Alam top-scored for Pakistan with a 56. As far as the Men from the Caribbean islands are concerned, Jason Holder (3/26) and Jayden Seales (3/70) were the picks of the bowlers. Kemar Roach (2/47) was also impressive.
Post their bowling, it was Kraigg Brathwaite (97) and Jason Holder (58) who scored half-centuries and helped them get past the visitors' first-innings score. Joshua Da Silva (20) and Jomel Warrican (1) remain unbeaten at the wicket. From the Pakistan bowlers, it was Mohammad Abbas and Shaheen Shah Afridi who have been the most successful bowler so far and the team would hope to wrap up the tail quickly to not let the opposition take a substantial lead.
Post the ongoing Test, the teams will go head to head in the second and the last Test of the series from August 20 at the same venue in Sabina Park, Jamaica. Pakistan have already clinched the four-match T20I series 1-0 after rain washed out the remaining fixtures.