New Delhi: Although you must have seen many interesting scenes in cricket, but one moment of Ahmedabad Test is winning the hearts of cricket lovers. Seeing this, people have remembered street cricket. First let’s talk about the match- On the second day of the ongoing fourth Test between India and Australia in Ahmedabad, Indian bowlers dismissed Australia for 480 runs. Usman Khawaja missed out on a double century as he was dismissed for 180. And Cameron Green scored 114 runs. Ashwin took 6 wickets for Team India.
Six became a cause of trouble
Team India, who came to answer Australia’s big score, has scored 36 runs in 10 overs without losing wickets till the end of the second day’s play. Shubman Gill is unbeaten on 18 off 27 balls and Rohit Sharma is unbeaten on 17 off 33 balls. Gill has batted well so far, hitting a four and a six. However, this six of Gill became a problem for Australia. The ball remained in the spectators’ gallery for a long time after which there was a stir. Due to this the match was stopped for a long time.
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An audience put full force
In the 10th over, Gill hit Nathan Lyon’s second ball over long-on for a six. This ball reached directly above the tent. Here the ball took a tumble and fell into a hole between two tents. Seeing the ball being lost, the umpires ordered a set of new balls, but what is this? A spectator took off his slippers and reached the top of the tent and kept searching for a long time. He entered under the tent, but could not find the ball.
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After this the umpire also signaled him to get out, but this boy did not give up. Everyone’s eyes were fixed on him. When he finally found the ball, there was an uproar in the spectators’ gallery. This boy’s moment reminded me of street cricket. This spectator who came to watch the match has become a hero overnight. Seeing this scene, the umpires and Shubman Gill also smiled a lot.