The Day 3 of fourth Test between India and England produced another thrilling day of cricket at the Oval. Rohit Sharma scored a brilliant century to get visitors back into the game as fans enjoyed an extremely exciting day of red-ball cricket. There were many notable moments that stood out on Saturday but there was one which was left slightly unnoticed.
It all started when the cameraman put a group of Indians fans in the spotlight who had Shane Warne's book No Spin: My Autobiography in their hands. One of the fans was also holding a placard which read: "Hi Shane, can I get your signature please." The message was loud and clear and the former Aussie cricketer had seen it as the request had been covered beautifully by the broadcasters.
Shane Warne keeps his promise
Later in the day, the focus was back on that group of supporters and this time the message said: "Shane, we are waiting 4 U." The Aussie, who was doing on-air commentary at that time, thanked them for their love and support and promised that he would go to them and sign it once he got free from work. "I'll come and find you at the end of the game," said Warne.
And guess what, the 51-year-old kept his word! Shane Warne was captured walking towards the group of fans as he gave his signature on his autobiography. He also posed for a selfie with the fans and gave an autograph on a cricket ball as well to a young kid. It was undoubtedly a very kind gesture by one of the greats of the sport.