VIDEO: Rocket throw and all the work … Akshar Patel played Australia’s band without playing

London: Akshar Patel may not have been trusted by Team India in the final of the World Test Championship, but this dashing all-rounder played Australia’s band even without being a part of the playing XI. Actually, Akshar Patel, who was included in the 15-member Indian squad, was sent as a substitute for fielding on the field for some time. Meanwhile, the kangaroo batsmen started stealing singles by hitting the ball near him, but Mustaid Akshar Patel hit such a rocket throw with his golden arm that Australia had to lose their big wicket. Not only this, while lying on the ground, Akshar also signaled the teammates to celebrate.

gesture while lying down

Actually, Mohammad Siraj was throwing the 104th over on the second day of the final Test match. Australia had lost their set batsmen. His six wickets had fallen. Mitchell Starc and Alex Carey were standing at the crease. He pushed Siraj’s ball slightly to the left of mid-off. Starc forgot that he is a left-handed batsman! Akshar Patel dived to his left and collected the ball with one hand and made a perfect throw. The ball hit straight to the stumps. It was clearly visible in the replays that Stark was far out of the crease. Although Team India started celebrating even before the third umpire’s decision. In this way, Stark was run out after scoring five runs in 20 balls.

Australia scored 469 runs
Australia lost the toss and scored 469 runs on the scoreboard after losing the toss, riding on brilliant centuries from Travis Head (163) and Steve Smith (121). Playing ahead of their first day’s score of 327/3, the Kangaroo team today lost their last seven batsmen for 142 runs. For India, Mohammad Siraj took four wickets while Mohammad Shami and Shardul Thakur took two wickets each. One wicket came in the account of Ravindra Jadeja.

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