A Batsman goes hit-wicket, but no one noticed

A Batsman goes hit-wicket, but no one noticed

A Batsman goes hit-wicket, but no one noticed(Pic source : Instagram)

In the cricket, a batsman goes out hit-wicket in a very rare case. Here is a video, a batsman goes hit wicket, and no one notice and non-striker fixed the stump. The video is a domestic cricket match of India. The batsman played a shot, and he hit the stump by his toe and takes single, and then non-striker fixed the stump. However, no one notices this one.

It’s a rare incident that Umpire won’t notice that a batsman goes hit wicket.

Here is the video

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1BejallfsM/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

India won the second ODI versus West Indies

The first ODI of the series was washed out due to rain. India won the second ODI by 59 runs due to DLS method and took leady by 1-0 in three-match ODI series with one match left. The last ODI of the series will be played on August 14. India can try to win the series by winning third ODI. Virat Kohli scored a brilliant century and awarded with the player of the match award.

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After the match, Indian Captain Virat Kohli said, “Good outing with the bat. Exactly why we wanted to bat first. If you saw the later half of the West Indies innings, it was difficult to bat on. I think the rain in between helped them else it would have been tough to bat in the middle overs. We knew that anything over 270 would be challenging. Feels good to get a hundred when the team wanted me to get one. Shikhar and Rohit didn’t get a big one. One of the top three has always got the big one. A senior man had to step up, and today was my opportunity to step up. It was important to string in a lot of dot balls. The batting became a little easy thanks to the rain when Hetymer and Pooran were batting together.”

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