Javed Miandad of Pakistan and Sir Vivian Richards of the West Indies recently engaged in a mini bicycle race during the Pakistan Junior League. On Sunday, the official Twitter account for Pakistan Cricket posted the footage.

Richards joined other league mentors like Miandad, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Daren Sammy, Colin Munro, and Imran Tahir as the coach of the Gwadar Sharks team in the Pakistan Junior League.

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The PJL competition began on October 6 and will run through till October 22.

Richards previously participated in Quetta Gladiators’ PSL team’s campaign in six of the league’s seven seasons, aiding them in winning the championship in 2019.

With 8,540 runs in 121 games, Richards is a two-time World Cup champion and averaged over 50 in Tests. He took 32 Test and 118 ODI wickets while playing 187 ODIs and scoring 6,721 runs.

Miandad scored 7,381 runs in 233 ODIs with the help of eight centuries, and made 8,832 runs in 124 Tests with 23 centuries.

“I am absolutely thrilled at reuniting with my mate Javed Miandad at the Pakistan Junior League with whom I cherish some great memories from our playing days. Miandad was a fighter and a tough competitor, and it will be lovely to be working alongside him at the Pakistan Junior League, which is an exciting and innovative concept,” Richards told the Pakistan Cricket Board website after becoming a PJL mentor.

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“I am really excited at the opportunity of working with Sir Vivian Richards who remains one of the greatest players to play the game. The Pakistan Junior League is an innovative and exciting concept and provides a great platform to junior players. I am sure that the league will help introduce some incredible future talent that will serve Pakistan cricket for the decades to come,” Miandad said, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board website.