WATCH- Mohammad Kaif urges people to stay inside their homes with a 'run-out' video

Kaif shared an example of 'run-out' to explain the importance of staying inside.

Mohammad Kaif and Harbhajan Singh celebrating the wicket of Paul Collingwood | Getty

While the world faces the COVID-19 pandemic, the WHO has advised everyone to stay indoors as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of this Coronavirus.

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The former India batsman Mohammad Kaif recently uploaded a hilarious video clip on Twitter to urge his fans to stay safe by staying indoors. In this video of an India and England match, Kaif who was fielding short-leg ran out Englishman Paul Collingwood who had advanced down the track off Harbhajan Singh but failed to connect.

Have a look at the video posted by Mohammad Kaif:

Around 5 lakh people are infected by this deadly virus with the death going over 22,000 across the globe. As far as India is concerned, there have been around 650 positive cases of Coronavirus with 13 deaths.

As there is no cure to this virus at the moment, self-isolation that is staying home, washing hands regularly for about 20 seconds is the only option to stop the spread of this virus which was declared as a pandemic by World Health Organization (WHO).


By Swapnil Shireesh Javkhedkar - 26 Mar, 2020

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