Cricket funny video, shocking video goes viral

Cricket Funny Video: Sometimes there are some incidents in cricket that fans are surprised to see. Now another incident has come to light, which has blown the senses of the fans. In fact, in recent times, umpires also make many mistakes during the match. Now another mistake has come to light, seeing which people have caught their head. The incident happened during the Sheffield Shield Cricket League tournament, when the umpire first gave the batsman out and then after knowing his mistake, called the batsman back to bat. The video of this incident is becoming very viral on social media. Fans are constantly commenting on it. South Australian batsmen during the match between Victoria and South Australia

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Jake Fraser-McGurk was declared caught out by the umpire. But later Victoria captain Will Sutherland saw the replay, he came forward and stopped the batsman from going to the pavilion and offered to bat again. In fact, it was clear in the replay that the ball was far away from the bat and the batsman was not out. But the umpire declared the batsman out soon after the appeal. In such a situation, Will Sutherland realized that the batter was not out, so he invited the batsman again to bat. Will Sutherland is getting a lot of praise on social media.

Bizarre scenes at Adelaide Oval as Jake Fraser-McGurk is given out caught, but is allowed to keep batting moments later 😲 #SheffieldShieldpic.twitter.com/WaDPTGYkt3

— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 29, 2023

On the other hand, fans are constantly commenting about the umpire. People believe that the umpire should have taken a conscious decision. The Victoria captain won the hearts of the fans by showing sportsman spirit, while on the other hand, batsman Jake Fraser-McGurk batted brilliantly and managed to score 106 off 101 balls.

At the same time, talking about this match, Victoria scored 278 runs in her first innings, while South Australia scored 252 runs in response. At the same time, Victoria scored 4 runs for 124 wickets in the second innings. At the time of writing this news, Team Victoria had a total lead of 149 runs.