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Australian Kid Flaunts Batting Prowess Following U19 Team’s World Cup Victory Over India- WATCH

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Australian Kid Flaunts Batting Prowess Following U19 Team’s World Cup Victory Over India- WATCH

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KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • A three-year-old Aussie kid is flaunting his batting skills online.
  • Hugo has an Instagram account where he posts his batting videos.
  • He boasts of great timing with the bat.

The video of an Australian toddler flaunting his batting prowess soon after the country’s win at the U19 World Cup has gone viral on social media. The child looks like taking to batting like a fish to the water and a lot of people on X and Instagram have been sharing his video.

The three-year-old named Hugo, seemed to be following the cliche line that age is just a number. His batting videos have gone viral on social media and his shot-making is very extraordinary at his age.

Thanks to the emergence of social media, Hugo’s batting style and shot-making is now on the watchlist of almost every cricket aficionado. The kid has an Instagram account where he posts his batting videos.

“Documenting my life, love and progress through sport. I am Hugo, I am 3 years old and I love sports,” his Instagram bio says.

The flare in Hugo’s batting style looked brilliant as he launched every delivery that was bowled to him out of the park, much suitable for this T20 age. In one of his viral videos, he celebrated scoring a half-century by taking his tiny hat off.

In the video, Hugo did every act that a senior batter will do at the crease. The tiny superstar was not just dealing in sixes but completed a hard-fought single, eventually laying down straight on the ground.

Watch the video here:

In another video, Hugo flaunted his batting skills and this time, he took over the all-rounder’s role. As he had no one to bowl at him, the kid took the bowler’s job himself and launched his own balls for sixes.

The Australian Gen Next looked ready to conquer the cricketing world. Meanwhile, Australia’s U19 team won their fourth World Cup by beating India in the final on Sunday.

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