On the second day of this test in Melbourne, Cameron broke his finger on a high speed ball bowled by Enrique Norcia. Blood flowed like a stream. He was immediately rushed to the hospital. There are reports that the injury is serious and he will not bowl in this match. He also said that he will miss the next match
Australian all-rounder Cameron Green scored a half-century on the third day of the second Test match against South Africa. He remained unbeaten on 51 runs off 177 balls. He gave his team a huge score. But what is so strange about this? want to He entered the ring with a hand injury. Safaree stood at the crease for several hours withstanding the onslaught of the bowlers. On the second day of this test in Melbourne, Cameron broke his finger on a high speed ball bowled by Enrique Norcia. Blood flowed like a stream. He was immediately rushed to the hospital. There are reports that the injury is serious and he will not bowl in this match. He also said that he will miss the next match. But this star all-rounder came out to bat surprising everyone. He excelled with a half-century. He plays aggressively in T20s, but in this match he played slowly to suit the Test format. Also did not play very defensively. He drove the easy balls straight to the boundary. After scoring a half-century with 5 boundaries, the Australian captain declared the innings.
It is known that in the recently concluded IPL mini auction, Mumbai Indians bought Green by spending Rs. 17.5 crores. In accordance with that, South Africa took five wickets in the first innings and broke the tension of the tourist team. So he got a five-wicket haul for the first time in his career. As far as the match is concerned, South Africa who batted first were bowled out for 189 runs. After that, with David Warner’s double century, Alex Carey’s century, Steve Smith’s, Travis Head’s and Green’s half centuries, Australia declared 575 runs for 8 wickets in the first innings. Thus a huge lead of 386 runs was gained in the first innings. Rain interrupted the third day’s play. By the time the match was stopped, the South African team scored 15 runs for the loss of a wicket in the second innings.
Grit and determination. And a half-century to boot, the fifth of Australia’s innings #AUSvSA
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