Harmanpreet Kaur, Indian Women’s Cricket Team Captain, Carries an Ill Mascot During Ind vs Pak ICC Women’s World T20 2018; Watch Video
Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of the Indian women Twenty20 team | File Image | (Photo Credits: PTI)

Indian Women’s Cricket Team captain Harmanpreet Kaur is winning hearts not just with her breathtaking batting, but with her deeds as well. Ahead of the India vs Pakistan ICC Women’s World T20 2018 match, the players were in the middle for the customary national anthems and standing in front of them were mascots. After the national anthems ended, Kaur carried one of the mascots on her arms who fell ill. Harmanpreet Kaur Becomes First Indian Player to Score a Century in Women's T20Is

The Indian skipper handed the ill mascot to the authorities while rest of the team was heading towards the dugout. The video of the incident was later posted on Twitter by one of the users and since then it has gone viral.

Fans apparently have lauded Kaur’s effort as she instead of waiting for someone to help the ill child herself took care of the mascot. It is quite common that mascots accompany players during the ICC tournaments. ICC Women's T20 Cricket World Cup: Star Sports Encourages Eves To Pursue Their Dreams in This Heart Touching Video Ad

Here's the video:

Meanwhile, India completed their second win in as many matches at the ICC Women’s World t20 2018. In the opening match of the tournament, Indian registered a comprehensive win over New Zealand after skipper Harmanpreet notched her maiden T20I century. After the victory over White Ferns, the Indian eves outplayed traditional rivals Pakistan in their second match. Chasing 134 to win, India completed the target with an over to spare. Opener Mithali Raj laid the foundation for the win with a brilliant 56 off 47 balls.