England paceman Stuart Broad teamed up with his England women's cricket captain Heather Knight to play the first ever cricket match at 10 Downing Street on Tuesday.
UK Prime Minister Teresa May watched as the cricketing duo joined hands with charity group Chance to Shine to promote street cricket.
According to the Telegraph, Broad and Knight played alongside the under-priveleged children and the windows of May's official residence were nearly done in by a couple of big shots attempted by the enthusiastic kids, who hail from the London boroughs of Lambeth, Redbridge and Tower Hamlets.
To protect the windows, a tennis ball wrapped in electrical tape was used to play the match, according to Skysports.com.
"It's been a privilege to meet the young players and inspirational coaches today. The work Chance to Shine does, introducing young people from disadvantaged communities to this great, fast-paced version of cricket, is invaluable," Skysports.com quoted May as saying.