Julius Caesar spotted at New Wanderers

It’s fans who add colours to the sport and South Africa is one fun place to watch cricket. There is never a dull moment in matches played in South Africa. During the second Test between South Africa and England at Cape Town, many fans sported fake beard, while the home team fans carried out Hashim Amla chants, the Barmy Army lent their support to Moeen Ali. However towards the end of the fourth day, the Amla and Moeen chants were replaced by “Temba”. Why not? South Africa’s Temba Bavuma became the first black player to score a hundred in Test cricket. He got unforgettable ovation from the Newlands crowd.

How can the fans from Johannesburg be left behind? During the Day One of the first Test between these two sides, there were two fans dressed as Roman statesmen, resembling Julius Caesar.

The above picture is a screen capture from the live broadcast that shows the two fans enjoying their cricket. South Africa, under new Test skipper AB de Villiers are batting first and after 51 overs were 146 for 3, with the captain batting on 27.