England cricketer Jason Roy brutally takes down the umpire by accident
What a way to celebrate your century
It was a good day for England cricketer Jason Roy on Saturday at Cardiff.
Roy got a century for his country in England's World Cup match against Bangladesh.
But how did he mark the achievement? By taking out the umpire - by accident, mind.
— Matty (@MatthewSoakell) June 8, 2019
He made it to a hundred with a four. But as the ball passed over the boundary, Roy clearly wasn't looking where he was going and collided with umpire Joel Wilson, taking him off his feet.
Umpire Joel Wilson being checked by the doctor after being flattened by Jason Roy. Big lad Roy. He was offered a contract by Harlequins when he was 17.
— Nick Hoult (@NHoultCricket) June 8, 2019
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 8, 2019
Thankfully, however, Wilson was ok.
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