Recently, Marnus Labuschagne has impressed everyone by his performance during the Ashes test. He replaced Steven Smith in the team and scored three back to back fifty-plus scores. Now Marnus Labuschagne pulls off an impressive run-out in the Marsh Cup.
During the seventh match of the ongoing Marsh Cup between Victoria and Queensland, Queensland all-rounder Marnus Labuschagne gets run-out Victoria fast bowler Chris Tremain despite his pants off during this run-out. This incident happens during the 29th over of Victoria’s inning.
In this match, Queensland has batted first and scores 322 runs with the loss of 9 wickets. Usman Khawaja scores a brilliant century. Chasing a 323-run target, Victoria were bundled out for 168 in 39.5 overs, and Queensland won the match by 159 runs. Usman Khawaja Awarded with the player of the match award for his brilliant century.
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Pants down, no problems! Marnus Labuschagne with some elite fielding for @qldcricket
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 29, 2019
Usman Khawaja after the match, “It’s about keeping things really simple. I’m only going to be concentrating on what I can do for Queensland at this stage. As an individual, if I’m doing the right things, yeah, obviously there’s a higher honour still at stake but, for me, it’s not about concentrating about that. If I’m not scoring runs for Queensland, if I’m not helping them win cricket games – the rest won’t happen. It was massive. It was huge,” Khawaja said.
“Obviously disappointed not to be playing but I felt like I was still playing pretty well. I felt like I was in a good place and disappointed not to play but, at the same token, I wasn’t going to drag any of my teammates down. It’s good for everyone in Australian cricket to be playing white-ball cricket and red-ball cricket and getting used to coming out of formats,” he said.