West Indies pacer Sheldon Cotterell paid rich tribute to the Indian Blind cricket team, the reigning world champions, when the cricketers visited him at his Army base camp in Jamaica.
It's the Indian blind team's maiden visit to Jamaica, where they will lock horns with the Jamaican blind team in a limited-overs series, featuring three ODIs and two Twenty20 Internationals.
Cotterell posted his pictures with the Indian players, who were seen doing the West Indian's signature celebratory step - the salute. The dialogues between the Indian team and the West Indian pacer is heartwarming.
Read Sheldon Cotterell's tweet here:
Cotterell posted some more pictures with the world champions:
The West Indian even went on to give the Indian team a shout out.
Even Cricket Association for the Blind in India took to Twitter to shower love and admiration on the West Indies pacer.
CABI also thanked Cotterell for spending time with the team and called him a 'champ'.
(With inputs from PTI)