Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be at the crease in a professional game of cricket facing the bowling of Graeme Swann and Matthew Hoggard? Kiwi superstar Brendon McCullum donned helmet and camera for a UK-based charity match that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Help for Heroes charity. He gives player’s-eye view of the Charity match. He teams up with Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardene who plays some cracking cricket in the middle.
MS Dhoni helps funky Brendon McCullum with his GoPro camera mounted on helmet:
The video of Indian skipper MS Dhoni helping his New Zealand counterpart Brendon McCullum with the GoPro camera, which was mounted on the latter’s helmet shared on Youtube.
Watch the video of Mahendra Singh Dhoni fixing Brendon McCullum’s GoPro camera mounted on helmet and making fun with Brendon McCullum here:
The match was held for Help for Heroes, a charity that raises money for service personnel and their families who have been wounded or injured. The match which was played at The Oval is said to have raised about 300,000 pounds.