England Match Series– The Ashes series is underway in England, the shortest trophy in cricket history but the most precious battle. For 1037 years, Australia and England have been sending each other for the night to blame the land. On the third day of the third Test of Ashes, something happened on the field that social media got in the mood for fun.
24 August 2019 was the third day of the third Test. Australia started the game with a score of 6 wickets at 171, with Stranaia being the savior of the team taking advantage of Manas.
Implemented after being out, Sha has been commanding the team’s batting after Steve Smith was injured. He has put in two innings and carries the burden of carrying Australia’s sinking news across.
Now let’s talk about the road stump appeals made on the mic, ahead of the first Seshan of the third day. Bouncer falling to Stuart Broad on the fourth ball of Bari’s 62nd over.
Lalu Shah went to hook, but the ball hit the helmet teasing Bale. And flew far above the wicket-keeper’s head and reached across the boundary line.
The umpire pointed to the fours but, it was clear in the replays that the ball was not touched by the bat, the fours were added to the account of the applicable-change but according to the rules it was to be added to the account of the extras.
Seeing this, Stuart went to Broad Stumps, and Stump Mike shouted, “Can you please remove this four.” Field umpire Joe Wilson understood his mistake when he heard this. Then did they change their decision and told the fours leg bye.
Four runs were removed from the applied-Shane’s account, and four runs were taken from Stuart Broad’s account, which is his bowling figure. Seeing this funny incident, the public began to rejoice. What else could there be a better chance of making a Pisces? Gadar has been severely cut in social media, see some samples too.
Surendrasinh Bisht writes that DRS is no longer needed in cricket, send your message directly to the third umpire via stump mic. Stuart Broad has done this.
Another user writes that Stuart Broad did not want to spend more than the runs scored in England’s first innings, so he was asking the scorers to remove leg-byes from their account.
Let me tell you that England’s first turn was over on the score of 67 runs. Australia scored 246 runs in their second turn. England needed 369 runs to win, by the end of the third day, England had scored 156 runs losing three wickets, two days left.
England need 203 runs and Australia will complete their share of seven wickets first, the victory will be tied to the same, currently, Australia is leading by a zero in the five-match series.