Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has given a big advice to the spectators coming to the stadium during the ongoing third test match against England. Pant has said that you say anything to the player fielding on the field, but do not throw anything of any kind.
In fact, during the third match being played in Leeds, a spectator who came to watch the match in the stadium threw a pink ball towards Mohammad Siraj, who was fielding on the boundary. After this the captain of the team Virat Kohli became very angry.
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In the virtual press conference after the end of the first day of the match, Pant said, “You can say whatever you want, but it is absolutely wrong to throw something at the fielder. I think it is not right for cricket.
However, the spectator who misbehaved with Siraj also gave a befitting reply to him. Siraj told him in a gesture that his team was trailing 1-0 in the series.
Let us tell you that this is not the first time that such an act has been done by the England audience. Earlier, a crock was thrown at Indian team batsman KL Rahul by someone in the middle of the audience.
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During this, Captain Kohli also asked Rahul and wanted to know about the matter, but it was clearly visible from the TV visuals that there are not one but many Chapen’s crocks lying on the ground which were thrown by the England spectators.
Talking about the third match, the Indian team had decided to bat first after winning the toss but it was against them. None of the team’s batsmen could keep up and the England bowling attack was demolished on the score of just 78 runs.
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In response, both the opener batsmen of England have given a strong start to the team. By the end of the day’s play, England’s team scored 120 runs without losing any wicket, 42 runs ahead of India’s score. At the same time, Rory Burns 52 and Haseeb Hameed 60 runs for the hosts are present on the crease.