Cricket World Cup 2015

Philander smashes Wellington window - PIC!

2015-03-11 12:07

Cape Town - He may only be 90% fit, but that hasn't stopped Proteas all-rounder Vernon Philander from smashing a window at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

Philander, who has missed the Proteas' last three ODIs with a hamstring complaint, is in a race against time to prove his fitness ahead of the Proteas' final Pool B match against the UAE on Thursday (03:00 SA time).

While his leg may be a problem, there appears to be no issue with his bat as the 29-year-old left the Cake Tin in Wellington with a hole in their window - and a souvenir for their museum.

Philander was kind enough to sign the ball - and write: Vernon Philander: Sorry about the window

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