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[Watch] Bradley Currie Recreates Usain Bolt's Iconic 'Bow-Arrow' Celebration As He Castles Jan Frylinck

Brad Currie cleaned up Jan Frylinck [X]Brad Currie cleaned up Jan Frylinck [X]

Experienced Namibian cricketer Jan Frylinck had an underwhelming outing in the ongoing T20 World Cup group-stage match against Scotland. Coming at number three, Frylinck could score 12 runs before Scotland's promising pacer Bradley Currie got rid of him. 

The incident occurred during the fourth over of Namibia's innings when Frylinck was trying to steady the ship following the cheap dismissal of Jean-Pierre Kotze. After starting his over with a dot ball, Currie came over the wicket to bowl an out-swinger around the back-of-the-length. 

Frylinck, in a bid to up the ante, went for a slog only to get a thick inside edge. As a result, the ball went on to shatter the timber and Frylinck made his way back to the dugout. 

Thus, the left-handed batter, who struck a valiant knock against Oman, couldn't live up to the expectations in this match. After his departure, Namibia lost two more wickets, with Nikolaas Davin and Malan Kruger getting out in quick succession. 

However, skipper Gerhard Erasmus has held on to an end, trying to bail his side out of trouble. As of writing, Namibia were in a spot of bother, placed at 84 for four in 11.2 overs, with Erasmus batting alongside keeper-batter Zane Green.