Ashes: Stuart Broad’s anger erupted on the middle ground, stopped while bowling and then shouted out loud, watch video

Australia and England (Aus vs Eng) between the Ashes series at Bellerive Oval ground in Hobart (Ashes Series) The fifth and last test match is being played. The England team, bowling well, did not allow Australia to go beyond 303 runs in the first innings. The hosts started the third day with 241 runs for the loss of six wickets. The entire team was bowled out after playing 75.4 overs. For that, Travid Head scored the highest 101 runs. But during this match, England fast bowler Stuart Broad (Stuart Broad) He got angry and suddenly stopped while bowling and shouted.

Actually, this sentence is of the 63rd over of the Australian innings. In front of Broad was Australian batsman Mitchell Starc. Broad started his runup and was about to reach the stumps when he stopped there. The reason for this was the camera behind Stark. During the match a camera remains in the air to cover the entire game. This troubled Broad and his anger erupted. He shouted loudly, “Stop moving the robot.”

Broad bowling

Broad is the second most successful bowler in England. He has more than 500 Test wickets to his name in Tests. For England, James Anderson has taken more wickets than him. In this match, Broad dismissed three batsmen of the host team in the first innings. He dismissed Usman Khawaja, the left-handed batsman who scored a century in both the innings of the previous match, on the last ball of the ninth over. Khawaja scored six runs. Broad again showed the way to the pavilion to Marnus Labuschagne, who seemed to be becoming dangerous for England. Labuschagne scored 44 runs. After this, he sent Nathan Lyon to the pavilion on a personal score of 31 runs.

Such has been Broad’s career

If we look at Broad’s career, he has played 151 Test matches for his country so far. He has 531 wickets in so many matches. Broad has proved useful with the bat many times. He has 13 half-centuries and one century to his name in Tests. He has scored 3411 runs in Tests at an average of 18.53. If we look at his ODI career, he has played 121 matches in this format and has taken 178 wickets. He has 65 wickets in 56 matches in T20.