Spectators during live sports are often advised to keep their eyes on the game. While it may be a recreational, family space for people and they could want to have a conversation at the backdrop of some sporting action, in some sports the action can even injure the spectators. However, if one is alert, such mishaps can be averted. In a video now going viral on the internet, a super mom can be seen catching a ball from one hand while holding her baby in the other during a live Major League Baseball match in the United States.
Not only was the woman alert but she showed great reflexes and athleticism to stick out her hand and complete the catch, also having a tight grip of her baby on the other hand. Netizens were quick to make the video viral with some even suggesting the mother will become a “legend.”
Watch the video here:
When Chis Gayle’s six had injured a little girl
In an IPL 2012 match, West Indies great Chris Gayle, who then played for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, hit a shot that went straight towards the spectators. However, it hit the nose of a young fan and fractured her bone. Post winning the Man of the Match for his innings in that match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, Gayle visited the hospital to pay the 11-year-old Tia Bhatia a visit.
"Just visited little Tia. She got hit by a cricket ball. Very sad this happened. But she is a brave young lady and her first words were - I shouldn't be sad,” Gayle later said of her meeting.