Watch Video: This umpire is very lucky .. he missed the accident for the second time ..! Hateful video | Abu Dhabi T10 League: Pakistani Umpire Aleem Dar Hit By Ball On Head In Northern Warriors vs The Chennai Braves

Pakistani umpire Aleem Darr narrowly escaped a serious injury in the T10 league. This video is currently going viral on Netflix.

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Abu Dhabi T10 League

Viral Video: Pakistan umpire Aleem Dar was injured during the Abu Dhabi T10 League. During a match between Chennai Braves vs Northern Warriors he was hit by a sharp throw in the back of the head. Aleem, 53, is running to escape the ball. But, he could not escape. Aleem, who was hit by the ball, appeared to be struggling with pain. The physio was then called to the field and examined. Players fielding at the same time were also seen massaging the umpire’s injury. However, his injury was not very serious. However the video of him being injured in an attempt to escape is going very viral on social media.

Even in the T20 World Cup, it is known that Aleem narrowly escaped. Aleem Dar has been ruled out of the T20 World Cup match between the West Indies and South Africa with a ball injury. In that match, the African player Rossi van der Dusen, who was on the field, tried to catch, but the ball bounced off his hand very fast. Dussen then caught the ball and threw it fast at the bowling end. Umpire Aleem Dar narrowly escaped a throw.

Earlier in the day, West Indies captain Kieran Pollard’s shot hit him in the head. Then players from both teams came and apologized to him. Umpires’ safety is often questioned. There is also talk of umpires wearing helmets. Most of the umpires appeared to be wearing helmets. But it was not fully implemented. Once again discussions are underway on this topic.

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