Awful balls .. hand cracked .. bat fell down .. would be shocked to watch video .. | Marnus labuschagne in firing line as play abandoned in adelaide between south australia and queensland

Terrible balls .. arm cracked .. bat fell down .. would be shocked to see video ..


Cricket News: The first day’s match at the Sheffield Shield, the Australian national cricket tournament, ended just as quickly as it started. The match was between Queensland vs South Australia. The game started late due to rain. But the scenes that appeared on the field after that seemed vammo. The game had to end after the first session. You have to wonder why this happened. It is learned that this decision was taken keeping in view the pitch situation.

The match will actually take place at the Ralton Oval in Adelaide. However there is a creepy bounce on this pitch. This bounce batsman has become a milkmaid. Balls are coming deadly from the bowler’s hands. This made the game difficult to play. One can only guess how dangerous the Ralton Oval pitch is by looking at this footage shared by Cricket Australia. This video shared by Cricket Australia shows the Queensland batsmen batting.

Marnus Labushagne is batting at the crease. He faces the balls of South Australian bowler Daniel Worrell. He immediately dropped the bat when a ball came fast and hit Labuschagne’s hand. When another ball touched his helmet the survivors were so exhausted. Not only that, batsmen with bounce are struggling to play shots. Somehow survived rather than out. You will understand this if you watch the video. By the end of the first day, Queensland were 87 for 1. Bryce Street scored 45 and Marnus Labuschagne 21. Now the second day of this game is about to start from here.

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