Rahkeem Cornwall has recently made his debut for West Indies in ongoing India vs West Indies Test series. Meanwhile, on his debut, he has created a unique record which is very difficult to chase for other players. He became the heaviest cricketer to play international cricket.
Cornwall has surpassed the early record of Australian Warwick Armstrong, who weighed 133-139 kg. However, the weight of Rahkeem is around 140 kg and height is 6 feet and 6 inches. The heaviest cricketer is all-rounder spinner and has a quite decent line-length.
During his debut Test Match, he has impressed everyone with his bowling and as well as played some good strokes, while came to bat. Rahkeem Cornwall scored 14 off 31 balls in first innings. And he surprised everybody when he left the ball just like veteran Steve Smith. Actually, Mohmmad Shami had bowled a ball outside the off-stump and Cornwall left the ball very expertly. Meanwhile, he copied the style of Australian batsman Steve Smith, who was seen doing this during Ashes 2019.
Here is the video of Rahkeem Cornwall
Steve Smith in disguise pic.twitter.com/07dWZuFXkE
(@imvinay_09) September 2, 2019
Currently, at the end of Day 3 of the ongoing test between India vs West Indies, Windies are in trouble as they needed another 433 runs to win the test match with remaining 8 wickets. The job is looking quite difficult for the host to level the series. Hence, Team India is pretty much sure to clean sweep the series.