During the county championship division 2 matches of Sussex versus Middlesex, a bowler appealed for the LBW, but when he was appealing for LBW, he went down on the knee. After this incident commentators won’t stop laughing.
Generally, in the cricket, LBW appeal is the most existing Appeal for the bowler. Many times in the cricket, the wickets depends on how the appeal progress.
Here the Video of Bowler appealing for LBW
This appeal fell flat… 🤦♂️ pic.twitter.com/jNU27ib5zd
— LV= Insurance County Championship (@CountyChamp) August 20, 2019
Jofra Archer takes his Maiden test five wickets haul
The third ashes test is going between England Versus Australia. Australia have got all-out on 179 runs in the first wicket. Jofra has taken his Maiden Five-wicket haul. He has taken six wickets.
After the first day of third Ashes test, England bowler Jofra Archer on BBC Test Match Special: “I didn’t do too much differently from Lord’s. It was a bit bowler-friendly today. I’ll more than take 6-45, but I can be tidier in the future.”
“We’ve been in the field all day; it was stop-start all day, which is really annoying. You start to bowl well, and then you have to go off and start again. I’m over the moon to get six wickets but equally happy just to get off. The ball just started swinging randomly from the over before the Warner wicket.”
“It got a bit more overcast and then from then on the ball was really good. We thought it was going to be a repeat of Lord’s and losing the first day. ‘But we got a large portion of the bad weather out of the way today. There were a few threes and no sweepers. It’s been really good so far, from the moment I’ve put the badge on, it’s been the happiest days of cricket so far and hopefully plenty more ahead.”