Kate Cross apologizes Sarah Taylor for ignoring her during celebration post dismissal

Kate Cross apologizes Sarah Taylor for ignoring her during celebration post dismissal

Cross was completely oblivious to her presence during celebrations

Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor of England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

In the Kia Super League match between Lancashire and Surrey, Kate Cross completely made Sarah Taylor look like a fool during the celebration when the leg-spinner took the wicket of Laura Marsh. Taylor swiftly removed the bails of Marsh who advanced down the track to hit the ball out of sight.

Cross completely bamboozled Marsh with her flight and guile as the batter raced back to the crease. Taylor, who is currently the best wicketkeeper-batter in World Cricket at the moment, easily latched on to the opportunity to dislodge the bails. She was later completely ignored for her good work as Kate Cross celebrated with her other teammates, making it awkward for Sarah Taylor who was expecting a high ten from the bowler.

The look on her face and the gesture followed by it was as good as gold. Her gesture expressed that she played a crucial in her taking a wicket while Cross was completely oblivious to her presence during celebrations. Kate Cross took to Twitter to apologize her Lancashire teammate. She captioned the video by stating,” When you take a stumping but no one acknowledges you @Sarah_Taylor30 … #SorrySarah..”

Here’s the video

England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor is recently coming off a successful campaign in the recently concluded ICC Women’s World Cup. England defeated India in the finals of the tournament to win their fourth World Cup in history. She set the tournament on fire with her sizzling knock of 147 against South Africa Women’s team.

Overall in the tournament, she played a vital part in the home team’s campaign. Apart from the 396 runs Taylor scored at an average of almost 50, she also claimed four catches and two stumpings. Besides her mammoth knock of 147 against England, she also scored a couple of half centuries against Sri Lanka and South Africa again in the semi-finals.