The game of cricket provides us with some really memorable moments. The fans love it when something funny or world-class happens. The players also want to entertain the audiences with some good cricket. With that being said, one more such moment was seen in the CSA T20 Challenge recently.

It was a moment of magic, as some cricket fans will call it. There are always talks about switches in the beautiful game. However, this was just something else.

The Video From The CSA T20 Challenge That Went Viral On Social Media

So, as the story goes, there was a game going on between two sides in the CSA T20 Challenge. It was a match between the Hollywoodbets Dolphins and the Cape Cobras. Both teams were focused on the task at hand when this happened.

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Below is the Tweet of the video that went viral and the fans just could not stop themselves from talking-

Khaya Zondo, who is a right-handed batsman suddenly was in the mood for some fun, after the bowler decided to have some for himself too. He changed to a left-handed stance. However, that was only after bowler Siyabonga Mahima switched from a left-arm orthodox spinner to a left-arm medium.

This got the fans on Social Media talking. Twitter and other platforms these days are really buzzing when something like this happens. It really got them talking and the switch-hit is something that attracts the fans a lot. Despite that, this was a totally different stance completely. The fans couldn’t help but talk about it too.

Cricketers generally tend to have fun on the pitch while playing the game. They experiment at times just to get the audience talking and excited. This was again one such instance.

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What Next For Cricket With The PSL, IPL And T20 World Cup Coming?

To add to that, some major tournaments are coming. The PSL will start today and the IPL and T20 World Cup will soon follow. This means that the cricketing season has now begun in full flow. Some good games/matches could be expected, with India playing England as well.

Also, some other big series are happening around the world as well. This is great for cricket, with the game getting a lot of attention. It can the much-needed boost that the sport needs after the pandemic had stopped everything for a while. It is also really good to see that the players seem fit and ready to go.

Though the CSA T20 Challenge is not as big as some of its rival leagues at present, there is no doubt that such instances and more moments of brilliance can really push it and make it big. A little more time can really make a huge difference for cricket in South Africa. How big an impact that is going to be now, remains to be seen!!