Home CPL [WATCH] Odean Smith Kicks The Ball Away In Frustration; Gives 2 Free Runs In CPL 2022

[WATCH] Odean Smith Kicks The Ball Away In Frustration; Gives 2 Free Runs In CPL 2022

[WATCH] Odean Smith Kicks The Ball Away In Frustration; Gives 2 Free Runs In CPL 2022
Odean Smith kicks the ball in frustration. (Credit: Twitter)

West Indies all-rounder Odean Smith was in action in the CPL 2022 match that took place between Guyana Amazon Warriors and Barbados Royals on Wednesday, September 28. Smith was seen kicking the ball away in frustration and giving two free runs to the opposition, leaving his skipper Shimron Hetmyer shocked and unhappy.

Odean Smith, who is a part of the Guyana Amazon Warriors franchise in the CPL, is known for his antics both on and off the field. However, this time around, he stunned fans with his antics on the field.

The incident took place in the 16th over of the innings. Smith, who plays for Guyana Amazon Warriors, was bowling a batter from the Barbados Royals. The ball was a good one as the batter could only manage to defend it.

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As the ball rolled towards Smith after being played by the batter, Odean Smith kicked the ball away in frustration as he was not happy with the last five balls he bowled in that over where he conceded 16 runs.

Skipper Shimron Hetmyer also seemed not to appreciate what his fellow teammate did on the ground. The management and the players of his team would have been upset as they would have not expected this kind of behaviour from their experienced player.

Watch the clip here:


Barbados Royals outplay Guyana Amazon Warriors to secure a crucial win

Batting first, Barbados Royals put up a target of 195 runs for the opposition, courtesy of Rahkeem Cornwall who scored 91 off just 54 balls. Pakistan’s Azam Khan also chipped in with a significant contribution, scoring 52 off 35 balls.

In response, the Warriors were under pressure throughout the second innings as they lost wickets at regular intervals. Eventually, there were all out for 108 runs. Cornwall was declared the Player of the Match for his all-round performance, including a knock of 91 runs off just 54 balls and two crucial wickets during the second innings.

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