Matthew Wade Viral Video: England defeated Australia by 8 runs in the first T20 match. In this way, the England team has taken a 1-0 lead in the series of 3 T20 matches. The second T20 match of this series will be played on 12 October in Canberra. However, a video of the first T20 match is becoming increasingly viral on social media. This viral video is from the 17th over of the Australian innings. Actually, it can be clearly seen in this video that Australian player Matthew Wade deliberately pushed England bowler Mark Wood. So that, Mark Wood could not catch the catch and avoid getting out.
Matthew Wade did a shameful act to avoid getting out
England fast bowler Mark Wood was bowling in the 17th over of the Australian innings. On the third ball of this over, Matthew Wade wanted to hit a big shot, but due to the timing not being right, the ball got stuck in the air. Meanwhile, Kangaroo batsman Matthew Wade did a shameful act. Actually, he pushed Mark Wood under the guise of going inside the crease. So that, Mark Wood could not catch the catch and avoid getting out. Mark Wood could not catch the catch after this shameful act of Matthew Wade.
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England team did not appeal for ‘obstructing the field’
Actually, the England team could have appealed ‘obstructing the field’ against Matthew Wade, but the English team did not do so. Because of this, the on-field umpire did not refer the matter to the third umpire. Let us tell you that if the England team had appealed for ‘obstructing the field’ against Matthew Wade, then the third umpire would have declared the kangaroo batsman out, because Matthew Wade did it intentionally. However, Matthew Wade could not take advantage despite this and went on to make 21 runs off 15 balls. At the same time, the Australian team had to face defeat by 8 runs.
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