BBL 2023: Today in the Big Bash League, a match was played between Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, in which more than one sight was seen. In this match, the team of Melbourne won by 6 wickets. Man of the match went to Aaron Finch, who played an inning of 63 runs for his team and won the match.
In this match, an amazing sight was seen in the first over of the second innings. Where the fielder took a difficult catch with all his might, but later the umpire overturned his hard work by giving the batsman a not out. This whole incident happened on the fourth ball of the first over.
What is the whole matter, know
Actually, Sam Harper came to bat for Melbourne Renegades at the crease. He was facing the very first ball. The ball was in the hands of spin bowler Matthew Short. On the short ball, the batsman went ahead and tried to play it, but the ball fell and changed the fork and while taking the turn, leaving the leg stump, hit the wicketkeeper’s hand and went ahead. On seeing this ball at first glance, it seemed that he had taken an edge with the bat.
Travis Head threw everything at this 😮
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Why was the batsman not out?
As soon as the ball hit the wicketkeeper’s hands, Trevid Head, standing in the slips, broke down on him at the speed of a leopard and took a wonderful catch. After taking the catch, Trevid Head started celebrating the wicket with his team, but the umpire gave the batsman not out because there was no connection between the ball and the bat when the batsman played the shot. In this way the batsman Sam Harper was saved from getting out.
big bash league 45th match scorecard
Talking about the match, batting first, Adelaide Strikers scored 142 runs in 20 overs at the loss of 7 wickets. In response, the Melbourne team achieved this target in 18.2 overs by losing 4 wickets.
Playing 11 of both teams
Adelaide Strikers (Playing XI): Travis Head(c), Matthew Short, Alex Carey(w), Adam Hose, Colin de Grandhomme, Ryan Gibson, Harry Nielsen, Cameron Boyce, Wes Agar, Harry Conway, Peter Siddle
Melbourne Renegades (Playing XI): Shaun Marsh, Martin Guptill, Sam Harper(w), Aaron Finch(c), Matthew Critchley, Will Sutherland, Jonathan Wells, Tom Rogers, Corey Rocchioli, Kane Richardson, Fawad Ahmed