Ashton Agar’s amazing fielding, six saved, amazing view on the boundary line

In cricket, only batting and bowling are not everything. Fielding is such a department where if a team performs well then its chances of winning increase. Amazing fielding scenes are often seen on the cricket field, seeing which the eyes of the fans are left torn, something similar was seen on the Adelaide Oval ground on Thursday. Australian players in the first ODI against England ashton ager Presented a wonderful fielding sample.

Ashton Agar stopped David Malan’s six in the 45th over of England’s innings. Malan played an amazing pull shot on Pat Cummins’ short ball and the ball seemed to be going for a six but Ashton Agar, standing on the square leg boundary, jumped in the air and caught the first ball and when he started falling inside the boundary line, he hit the ball. thrown inside Malan’s shot on which England should have got 6 runs. Due to Egar’s fielding, he got only 1 run. In this way Agar saved 5 runs for Australia.

Agar did the best run out

Let us tell you that Ashton Egger had run out Liam Dawson earlier. Ashton Agar caught the ball with one hand and threw it immediately and Dawson gave away his wicket to steal a run. Agar may have given 62 runs in 10 overs and he did not get a single success, but he contributed tremendously with his fielding.

Malan studded century for England

Let us tell you that apart from the excellent fielding of Ashton Agar, David Malan’s stormy batting was also seen in this match. This left-handed batsman scored the second century of his ODI career. On the ground of Adelaide, Malan scored 135 runs with the help of 12 fours and 4 sixes and his strike rate was above 100. On the basis of Malan’s century, England scored 287 runs in 50 overs. At one time England lost five wickets for 118 runs but Malan’s excellent innings took the team to a good score.

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