The ball hit the stump at a speed of 140 KMPH, the bails also spun, yet the batsman remained not out; You will keep rubbing your eyes after watching the video

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The ball hit the stump at a speed of 140 KMPH, the bails also spun, yet the batsman remained not out;  You will keep rubbing your eyes after watching the video

New Delhi. Generally, if the ball hits the stumps at a speed of 140 km per hour, it is certain to fall. But, a very strange incident happened during the second Test being played between Australia and West Indies in Brisbane. The ball hit the stumps at a speed of 140 km but neither the wicket nor the bails fell. Batter is better, even the West Indies bowling team was stunned to see this. Its video is going viral.

This incident happened in the 15th over of Australia’s innings. These overs were being bowled by West Indies’ young pacer Shamar Joseph. Australia’s wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carey was on strike. Joseph’s second ball of this over was back of length, which came rapidly inwards, while Carey was swinging the bat, the ball ended up in the gloves of the wicketkeeper. At one point, Joseph and the West Indies fielders felt that the ball had hit the bat and gone into the hands of the wicketkeeper. Everyone appealed for catch. But, umpire Nitin Menon declared him not out.

The ball hit the stumps yet the bails did not fall.
After this, it was seen in the replay that this ball of Shamar Joseph with a speed of 140 km per hour touched the bails and went into the gloves of the wicketkeeper. Everyone is surprised that even after the ball hit the stumps at such a speed, the bails did not fall down and turned around at their place.

West Indies scored 311 runs in the first innings
Earlier, the West Indies team was all out for 311 runs in its first innings on Friday, the second day of the Brisbane Test. Kevin Sinclair and Joshua De Silva scored half-centuries.

Australia did not have a good start in the first innings. Captain Steve Smith was out in the very first over. After this Australia lost three more wickets one after the other. Australia had lost 5 wickets in 54 runs. Kemar Roach got three wickets and Alzarri Joseph got 2 wickets. However, this was followed by a good partnership between Alex Carey and Usman Khawaja. Till the time of writing the news, both had added more than 50 runs for the sixth wicket.


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