Streaker gets biggest cheer at Hagley Oval Moeen Ali was the hero for the struggling English cricket team. which finally picked up its first Cricket World Cup win. But he did not receive the biggest cheer from the crowd at yesterday’s England Scotland match the last for the tournament at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval. The naked intruder spent about 20 seconds on the field and eluded the grasps of the security guards before making a beeline for the boundary rope. He cleared that, the advertising hoardings and Hagley Oval’s picket fence, sneaked beside a tent and was gone. He managed to leave the ground completely, but was caught "immediately outside the grounds" police said. He has been charged under the Major Events Management Act. Ali, or "The Beard to be Feared" as he’s been coined, helped England beat Scotland by 119 runs with his man of the match winning 128 runs and two wickets. Scotland managed just 184 in their chase. Ali’s innings was the best of the three World Cup matches in Christchurch and with how poorly his English side had been in their opening two losses thumpings at the hands of Australia and the Black Caps his nickname will quickly change to "The Beard to be Cheered".
Cheap jerseys For the English at least. While the margin looks big, Ali was the difference and without him, England could have been in trouble. He hit five of the match’s seven sixes, but none were caught one handed in the crowd. The English players weren’t only cheering for Ali. A number watched closely as the streaker ran riot. English bowlers Stuart Broad was closest to the boundary and watched with a huge grin on his face. He then picked up a walkie talkie dropped by one of the security guards and tried to have a conversation with them.
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