Funny Video: This is the bloody poverty.. The batter who ran out in a way that no one expected.. It’s funny to watch the video | Funny Video: Ball Hits Bowler Head leads Funny Run out in European Cricket League, Watch video Telugu Cricket News

Be it the batsmen’s laziness or luck, many get out in unexpected ways. Recently, an interesting incident took place in the European Cricket League tournament. The batter who stood in the crease got out in an unexpected manner.

Every now and then some unexpected incidents happen in a cricket match. Some of them are surprising, some are funny. Unexpected events happen especially in the case of runouts. Be it the batsmen’s laziness or luck, many get out in unexpected ways. Recently, an interesting incident took place in the European Cricket League tournament. The batter who stood in the crease got out in an unexpected manner. As part of Fancode ECS Malta game, a match was held between Overseas Cricket and Sweeki United. Overseas batter Henrich Gerik played the bounced ball towards the offside. However, the bowler missed the expectations in his attempt to receive the ball. The ball bounced on his head and changed direction. Meanwhile, when the batter tried to run, the fielder, who had already received the ball, threw it directly towards the wickets. That’s when the Greek Pavilion, who was playing beyond 44 runs in 20 balls, had to join. The video related to this has now gone viral on social media. Cricket fans are posting funny comments after watching the video.

‘What can anyone do if there is poverty? Here poverty is in the form of a bowler’s scalp. Netizens are pouring comments saying that it has become a curse for the batter. When it comes to the match, the overseas cricket team who batted first made a huge score of 104 runs in the allotted 10 overs. After batting, Swicky United scored only 89 runs in the allotted 10 overs and lost by 15 runs.

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