New Delhi: There are a lot of scenes like this in the Big Bash League being played out in Australia, which amazes cricket fans. Something similar happened on the grounds of the Manuka Oval in Canberra, when the Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat teams were face to face.
Usman Khawaja took off his clothes in midfield
Usman Khawaja did something that surprised everyone in the Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat game. In fact, at the end of the eighth of the game, Osman started changing clothes in the middle of the field. They started to take off their pants, shoes, pads.
Have you seen this before
Usman Khawaja had to change everything – on the pitch! pic.twitter.com/XOKsXkhLVS
– 7Cricket (@ 7Cricket) January 31, 2021
Usman Khawaja did it among so many cameras and spectators on the pitch. Seeing them everyone, including the commentator, laughed. His video is becoming increasingly viral on social media and users are enjoying it.
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Although Usman Khawaja returned to the clubhouse immediately after the start of the match, he was tracked down by Marnus Labuschagne. Khwaja scored 28 points on 30 balls in this game.
Marnus Labuschen also took off clothes
Apart from that, Marnus Labuschagne was also seen removing his pants in the middle of the field during the second round. He corrected his T-shirt and pants after the fifth grade.
No more wardrobe malfunctions in the middle!
What’s going on tonight #BBLFinals pic.twitter.com/FUEOcnDlKR
– KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 31, 2021
Brisbane Heat won the match
In the match, Brisbane Heat decided to play first, pitching it. Sydney Thunder, who came out first at bat, scored 158 points in 20 overs. Captain Callum Ferguson scored 25 points. At the same time, wicket batsman Sam Billings played a 34-point inning. Other than that, Ben Cutting played a stormy 34-point inning on 18 balls.
Brisbane Heat started chasing the 159 point goal. However, Sam Heijlat took the lead and went 74 unbeaten innings with 49 balls. The Brisbane Heat lost three wickets and reached the goal with five balls in reserve.