Australian batting feeling Manus Labouchagne Known for the consistency of his batting and antics on the court. From his unique off-the-ball skills to his overzealous appeals on the field, Labouchagne had no chance to please his fans.
In fact, Labouchagne sometimes behaves like his teammates Steve Smith In particular, the “don’t run” chant has become a hallmark of both batsmen.However, sometimes these things don’t go as planned, and evidence of this is shown On the opening day of the ongoing fifth Ashes Test against England Bellerive Oval in Hobart.
It all happened in the 23rd inning of Australia’s first inning Stuart Broad When Labuschagne lost the wicket in one of the strangest ways. Broad threw a full mid-stump pitch, but the batter dragged too far on the outside. Labouchagne lost his balance and fell on the track, the red cherries hitting a tree stump.
Even commentators couldn’t believe the antics that led to the dismissal of Labuschagne, who appears to be 44.
“I’ve never seen that in Test cricket. The opening of a Test match…he just fell and he tripped his foot,” former england captain says Michael Vaughan exist fox cricket.
“I’ve never seen that in cricket, let alone Test cricket. In the first quarter of a Test match. He had his left foot (so far) because it slipped and he went over Yes, but where is he going!?” He added.
former australian all-rounder Michael Hersey Echoing Vaughan’s words and saying: “It’s one of the weirdest dismissals you’ll see in a cricket test.”
Here is the video:
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Travis Head hits the headlines with an amazing century
Labuschagne’s dismissal ends with travis head The pair took control as Australia lost three wickets in just 12 games.After Labuschagne, Head forms another important position Cameron Green Keep the host away from hot water.
Hyde came back after missing the last game, made a splash with the bat, and broke another century in the ongoing series.The left-handed batsman scored 101 of 113 balls, including 12 boundaries, before Chris Walkers fired him. Hyde and Green added 121 runs for the fifth wicket to ensure the hosts come back after a shaky start.
Green was the last Australian wicket to fall on Day 1 as Australia scored 241/6 on the stump.Green scored a stellar 74 on previous 109 deliveries Mark Wood sent him back to the pavilion.