West Indies Team returned with a bang subsequent to losing the main ODI against Australia to even out the three-match series 1-1. It was a ruling exhibition from the home side, though for certain turns and shows. Picking to bat first, the guests were turned over for only 187 by West Indies Team. Yet, an unusual occurrence had happened during the game when the Men dressed in Yellow batted.
During the sixteenth over of innings, Hosein bowled a no-ball. Similarly as with the no-ball rule, the field stays as before as the handling skipper isn’t permitted to fiddle with field situations for the following conveyance. West Indies captain Kieron Pollard who was remaining at short leg, was not intrigued to remain in that position.
Rather than representing Hosein’s next conveyance, Pollard went off the field and West Indies were seen playing with only 10 defenders. When this news became a web sensation, a great deal of fans began to flood on Twitter expressing this odd and uncommon demonstration from the West Indies captain.
In a comparative case, previous England off-spinner Graeme Swann did likewise act once upon a period in an ODI against Australia. Swann went off the field and was seen standing right outside the limit rope with his cap on.
Talking about the match, West Indies bowlers were outstanding as Alzarri Joseph, and Akeal Hosein got three wickets each. The team put consistent focus on the Australian batting setup and didn’t permit any of the players to settle. For Australia, just Wes Agar and Matthew Wade performed adequately with the bat as they scored 41 and 36 individually.
With the second ODI previously deferred because of the COVID-19 danger, the game at last started on Saturday (July 24).
With an additional couple of days between the games, the West Indies retaliated well subsequent to getting a pounding in the primary ODI. With the series tantalisingly ready at 1-1 all, both West Indies and Australia will be anxious to win the third ODI and add some important focuses to the ICC Super League. The third ODI will be played on Monday.
One for the 'never seen that before'
No-ball called, so field must stay the same for the free hit. But Pollard (understandably) has no interest in staying at short leg where he had been standing. So he goes off the field and WI field with 10 men for the free hit pic.twitter.com/u6pTWJUXzG
— msc media (@mscmedia2) July 25, 2021
Remember Graeme Swann doing it once in an ODI against Australia pic.twitter.com/B2VtH2obH9
— Andrew McGlashan (@andymcg_cricket) July 24, 2021