The ongoing forced break due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 has brought all the sporting events to an indefinite break. This forced break has provided cricketer’s lots of time to expertise in their hobbies & spend a good time with their family. Kane Williamson is trying to make the most of this lockdown by trying his hands on Latte Art.
New Zealand Skipper Kane Williamson after spending six weeks at home during this lockdown has posted a video on his Instagram handle, in which he is trying to prepare a delicious latte. In the video, Williamson is seen pouring a fern design over his coffee. “Getting there”, the eclectic Williamson says in the video. After posting the video Williamson is asking his followers to give some tips in preparing the Latte & has also cheekily offered himself as willing to work in a café as a volunteer.
After spending six weeks of lockdown this is my attempt at a fern. Any tips on creating this fern more perfectly are welcomed! Available for a café that needs a volunteer? #kiwistyle”, Williamson captioned his video. Indian Captain quickly responded to the video. While praising Williamson’s new skill, Kohli made it clear that it wasn’t as “elegant” as his backfoot punch. “Looks, good bro. Not as elegant as that backfoot punch of yours though,” Kohli replied to video.
Whereas Australia’s Steve Smith took Williamson’s advice of sharing some tips very seriously and explained what more he could have done to perfect his fern design. “When you are doing the last flick you have to lift the pouring cup so it’s a thin line and not splashing the milk in,” Smith commented. New Zealand’s International player Jimmy Neesham & former head coach Mike Hesson added to the list of people who praised the efforts of Williamson.”That’s very impressive mate,” Hesson commented.
The deadly Coronavirus Pandemic has brought all the sporting events across the globe to an indefinite pause & looking at the current crisis situation across the globe it is very hard to predict the commencement of sports.