Mitchell Marsh’s Fiery Spell Claims Pakistani Skipper in Hilarious Umpire Mix-Up


Australia vs. Pakistan‘s third Test match is going on at the Sydney Cricket Ground. After this match, David Warner is all set to say goodbye to the longest-format cricket. After playing the 112th game, Warner will retire from Test cricket. After losing the first two matches, Pakistan tried to bounce back in the match. In the first innings, Shan Masood’s wickets added the ultimate Drama to the match.

Shan Masood’s Dramatic Dismissal:

The match is an emotional game for the Aussie squad. While batting first, Pakistan batter Shan Masood’s dramatic dismissal added drama to it. In the 25th over, Mitchell Marsh came to bowl. The Aussie all-rounder bowled a good length delivery to Shan Masood. The Pakistani skipper pushed it down to third man and got an outside edge. While standing in the 2nd slip, Steve Smith grabbed the ball. But unfortunately, it was a no-ball. Shan Masood got life back. 

But the drama was yet to be unfolded. After this missing attempt, the Aussie bowlers gave strong competition to the opponent. On the 29th over, Mitchell Marsh came to bowl again. Marsh was charged up. On the third delivery, he bowled a good length one. He angled it across the Pakistani skipper. Masood wanted to block it but that ended up getting an outside edge. 

The dramatic moment arrived. After that, the Aussie all-rounder looked back to the umpire. It was an out. While the front foot was getting checked, a hilarious moment happened. In the replay, the broadcaster showed Shan Masood on the non-striker’s end. That moment added the drama to the match. 

Australia vs. Pakistan Third Test:

After a long break, Australia and Pakistan went back to the longest format of cricket. Pakistan lost the first two Test matches and headed to play the third Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In the third Test, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first. Pakistan lost the first two wickets quickly. After that, skipper Shan Masood added 35 runs on board. Mohammad Rizwan played an amazing knock of 88 runs in a crucial time. Aamer Jamal scored 82 runs in 97 balls. They got all out in 313 runs. 

Australia ended their day 1 with 6-0. On Day 2. Australia started in a fresh way. Agha Salman picked up David Warner in 34 runs. Usman Khwaja missed a half-century and was dismissed on 47 runs. When Marnus Labuschagne was on 23 and Smith on 6 the light condition deteriorated. The umpire stopped the play. Due to this condition, the umpire declared early stumps.

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