Jhye Richardson bowls a throw from boundary line to run-out the batsman: The ninth edition of the Big Bash League is at its apex stage. Meanwhile, in the 10th match, one of the highlighting moments of this edition was recorded. This match was played between Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide. Actually, Perth Scorchers fielder Jhye Richardson, in the 15th over of the match, throws the ball with a bowling action from the boundary line to run out Jake Weatherald.
It all happened when Chris Jordan was bowling to Jake Weatherald, who had already scored 83 off just 47 balls, however, he had to give away his wicket as Jhye Richardson made a brilliant throw from the boundary line. In the real, it looks that Jake made the second run comfortably but the throw was very accurate and Weathered got out with the minor margin.
The Big Bash League official account on twitter has posted the video of the incident. Meanwhile, they added in the caption, “This is something different from Jhye Richardson in the deep! A run out worthy of a Bucket Moment. #BBL09 | @KFCAustralia.” Here we are sharing the video of the incident at the end of this article.
Short Summary of the Match
Earlier in the match, after winning the toss, Perth Scorchers invited the Adelaide Strikers to bat first. Meanwhile, in the first innings, they had scored 194-4 at the end of the 18th over. From Adelaide Strikers Jake Weatherald was the highest scorer, who scored 83 off just 47 balls. And also Alex Carey scored a decent inning of 55 off just 24 balls.
In the reply, Perth Scorchers could manage to score 183-7 and lost the match by 15 runs. From Perth Scorchers openers Liam Livingstone and Josh Inglis scored half-centuries. They have scored 69 off 26 and 50 off 27 balls respectively but unable to chase the target. Meanwhile, no other batsmen form Perth Scorchers manage to score 20+. And hence Adelaide Strikers won the match by 15 runs.
Here is the video of the incident (Jhye Richardson bowls a throw from boundary line to run-out the batsman)
This is something different from Jhye Richardson in the deep!
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) December 23, 2019