Aamer Jamal humorously attempts to bowl without a ball in his hand. The event occurred in the 46th over of the second session on Day 2.
Day 2 of the third Test between Australia and Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney plague by rain, with only 46 overs bowl. With Marnus Labuschagne (23) and Steven Smith (6) at the crease, Australia closed the day on 116/2.
In the limited cricket action on Day 2, a humorous occurrence occurr when Pakistan seamer Aamer Jamal ran in to bowl without a ball in his hand. The incident occurred in Australia’s 46th over, when Jamal came racing in to bowl the opening delivery to Labuschagne. However, the fast bowler came to a halt midway through his run-up and show the batsman both palms. Also Demonstrating that he had no ball in his hand.
Commentators Michael Vaughan and Wasim Akram couldn’t stop laughing when they saw the incident. Vaughan even said that Jamal should’ve gone all the way in his bowling stride.
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Notably, Jamal saved Pakistan’s first innings with a courageous 82 (97) with nine fours and four sixes. Helping his team to 313 from 220/7. He also managed to dismiss the in-form Usman Khawaja for 47 runs.
The 27-year-old has been Pakistan’s discovery of the series. Taking the second-most wickets in the series with 13 from five innings at an average of 23.30. His finest bowling effort, 6/111, came in his first Test match in Perth.
David Warner got dismissed for 34 in his final Test
Returning to the action, Australia resume their batting on Day 2 at 6/0 as David Warner maintain his performance from the previous Test. Agha Salman dismissed the southpaw, catching him at first slip for 34. In his final game, the opening batter receive a thunderous reception from his home audience as he head back to the pavilion.