South Africa vs England: Stuart Broad involved in a shambolic dismissal: England and South Africa are currently playing the second match of the ongoing four matches Test Series in South Africa. Thereafter both teams have to play 3 matches ODIs and 3 matches T20I series. Earlier in the first test match, South Africa won the match with a margin of 107 runs.
During the second Test match at Newlands in Cape Town, veteran English player Stuart Broad involved in a shambolic dismissal against South Africa spearhead Kagiso Rabada. Actually, Stuart was almost to misjudge the ball from Kagiso Rabada and hence gets bowled.
It all happened in the 82nd over of England’s first innings when Broad seemed clueless against a full-length delivery from Rabada. Initially, Broad misjudged the ball and get late to bat down and then the bat stuck between his pads.
The video of the incident is getting viral over the Internet as it is looking a funny dismissal. The official twitter account of ESPN cricket has shared the video of the incident. And also wrote in the caption, “Right on target! Will South Africa claim the final England wicket quickly this morning? Join the build-up to day two. Here we are sharing the video of the incident of the same at the below of the this article.
So Far Summary of the Match
Earlier in the match, after winning the toss England opted to bat first at Newlands in Cape Town. Meanwhile, in the first innings, the English Team could manage to score 269 before getting all-out. From England, Ollie Pope was the top scorer, who scored 61 runs and remain unbeaten. No other batsman form England could manager to score 50+.
In reply, so far in the first innings, South Africa scored 34 for the loss of 1 wicket in 9 overs. Currently, Dean Elgar and Zubayr Hamza are batting for the second wicket.
Here is the video (South Africa vs England: Stuart Broad involved in a shambolic dismissal)
Right on target! 🎯
Will South Africa claim the final England wicket quickly this morning? Join the build-up to day two 👇
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 4, 2020