A picture taken from the video grab shows Dean Jones cleaning the ground.
Gulf Today Report
As Pakistan Super League (PSL) gains momentum and the race for the top spot among the teams intensify, fans are having a blast.
Almost all the matches are attracting huge crowds at the stadiums in Karachi and Lahore.
Cricket-lovers are enjoying to their fullest the return of PSL to the home soil.
However, in this merry-making environment very few care for the real environment.
After every match it is proving to be a herculean task for the ground staff to clean the mess created by the fans who care more about their teams then the environment.
But then all are not same and Karachi Kings' Coach Dean Jones has set the internet on fire with his gesture of cleaning the ground after the match.
The video has been shared widely on social media as former Australian batsman cleans up after the Friday match between Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi game.
After everybody else had departed, Jones stayed back to clean up the litter in his team's dugout post the match.
Dean Jones has indeed set an example for all the fans and cricketers with his gesture.
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