- It is now common to propose in the stadium during a match.
- This incident happened again on the third day of the first test of the Ashes series.
- A wave of happiness ran throughout the stadium as soon as the girl said yes
You may have seen many pictures proposing someone in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, but speaking your heart inside the stadium is a new trend. A similar incident happened during the ongoing historic Ashes series between Australia-England. On the third day of the first Test at the Gabba, ie on Friday, a couple engulfed the world on sight.
Robb of England, Natalie of Australia
Rob Hale, who arrived to support England, proposed to his Australian girlfriend Natalie on his knees. At first Natalie was a bit shocked, but then immediately accepted the proposal. Its video has been shared by 7 Cricket with its official Twitter handle.
Love started from the Ashes itself
Rob met Natalie, who went to Australia with the Barmy Army during the Ashes series played in 2017. Since then the love story of both of them started. The Barmy Army narrated this story by tweeting about these two. Now this video is becoming very viral on social media. Although such proposals have happened in the cricket stadium before, but both Rob-Natalie are from different countries, this relationship makes this proposal even more special.
Similar proposal happened in 2017 also
Four years ago, on this historic ground of Gabba, a couple had proposed in a funny way. Then on the second day of the game, a boy named Michael proposed to his girlfriend Tori for marriage in the pool.
Australia has a strong hold in the match
Electing to bat after winning the toss, the English team could only manage 147 runs in their first innings. In reply, Australia raised a mountain of 425 runs. Travis Head scored 152 runs at number five. Opener David Warner was dismissed after scoring 94 runs. Thus England trailed by 278 runs on the basis of first innings. Now till the end of the second session of the second innings, he has scored 107 runs for the loss of two wickets. He is 171 runs behind.