Ashes fans left in tears following cricket pundit David Lloyd’s innuendo-laden description of putting rubber h – The Sun

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CRICKET legend David Lloyd left Ashes fans in stitches after lacing his TV commentary with innuendo as new “rubber” was rolled onto a bat.

The expert gave viewers great insight into the art of “getting a rubber on” as the Aussie backroom staff member replaced the grip on a bat.

 David Lloyd watches fellow commentator Andrew Strauss get to grips with a tight rubber

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David Lloyd watches fellow commentator Andrew Strauss get to grips with a tight rubberCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Lloyd – affectionately known as Bumble – said: “It’s worth watching this. How he gets this on.

“You’ve got to know how to put one of these rubbers on. There we go. Right to the bottom.

“Now you put it on, right on the end. And roll it down, right to the bottom. Now pull it right back up.

“That’s the one. Come on, keep going. And now you’ve got to knock it down. Push it down, push it down. Pull it down, rub it up. Give it a good rub. Now you should have a bit of tape round the bottom… keep it in position.”

 David Lloyd had fans cry laughing with his innuendo-filled commentary on replacing the grip on a cricket bat

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David Lloyd had fans cry laughing with his innuendo-filled commentary on replacing the grip on a cricket batCredit: PA:Press Association
 Cricket player Jacques Kallis putting a grip on his bat during a practice session

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Cricket player Jacques Kallis putting a grip on his bat during a practice sessionCredit: Getty – Contributor

Bumble’s innuendo-laden commentary provided a rare bright spark during a difficult second day of the fourth Ashes test for England, which saw Aussie batsman Steve Smith score 211.

Samiul Hoque Chowdhury tweeted: “Bumble sure knows how to put rubber on. Chief reason why @SkyCricket has the best coverage in cricket.”

Ross Barnes said: “Absolutely hilarious listening to bumble talking about putting a rubber grip on a bat, Pure entertainment #Ashes2019”

And Georgie Heath tweeted: @BumbleCricket narrating application of a grip to a cricket bat and referring to it as “how to put on a rubber” is the highlight of this cricket match and a strong contender for best commentary of the year.”

 The hilarious commentary has been called the 'best commentary of the year'

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The hilarious commentary has been called the ‘best commentary of the year’

Lauren Jones added: “I just saw the most pornographic thing I have ever seen on telly… “he’s too young to know how to put a rubber on… roll it all the way down…” #Ashes2019”.

Bumble, 72, played for Lancashire and represented England at Test level on nine occasions during his 18-year career.

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