Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who became the first Indian player to score a century in T20 Internationals in their opening match against New Zealand, has now won hearts once again by her humanitarian gesture before India’s second game against Pakistan.
The right-hander carried an unwell mascot – who was a little girl – off the field, and then ensured that she was attended to off the field.
— Mushfiqur Fan (@NaaginDance) November 11, 2018
The aforementioned incident occurred after the players had sung their respective National anthems at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.
India won the match by a convincing margin and Mithali Raj was the star of the match.
Here are some of the tweets praising Harmanpreet’s kind act:
@ImHarmanpreet is and will always be a legend. As for why some of us see this as a no-biggie, everyday act of kindness & the west fawn over such displays of genuine care & look at it as a rare event, this thread is all you need. https://t.co/1kW5sO23IH
— YonSolitaryHighland (@YonSolitary) November 12, 2018
You showed the world it's not special about wining the game it's all about the wining the hearts. Thank a lot for make me proud on my country .God bless
— Balakrishnan (@Sudhirbalakrish) November 13, 2018
This is the true sprit of sports ethic to show real humanity to the world. Proud of you kindness and love . Salute to my legends
— PASH (@PASH90017117) November 13, 2018