You might have seen world-class swimmers at the Olympics participating in the Synchronized Swimming competition trying to match moves with their partner to get a score of ‘Perfect 10’ but it is a very rare sight to be such unreal synchronization in a sport like Cricket.

But Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi and Umar Gul achieved this feat against West Indies in the 2014 T20 World Cup as they managed to get ‘Perfect 10’ with their synchronized fielding. Though experts might argue that it is a 9.5 or a 9.8 at maximum but to be such unreal synchronization on a Cricket field is unparalleled and in my personal opinion the Pakistani duo certainly nailed a perfect score with their effort.

Here is the video for their effort, check it out –

   

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