New Delhi: You must have seen interesting views on the cricket grounds, but you have seen very little when fans of a team batting in front of a bowler woke up happily. Actually, with this bowler, the opposition team is expected to get many runs for free, so much hope that it will get the rival team to win. Yes, you read it right.
An international bowler has a ‘no ball’ disease. The name of this bowler is Sisanda Magala. Sisanda Magala is the medium pace international bowler of the South African team. On Friday, Sisanda played a big role in the South African team’s defeat against Pakistan in the T20 series. During this time, his disease came to the fore.
It happened that in the final match, Pakistan had scored 80 runs for 1 wicket in 8 overs at one time. The Pakistan team needed 65 runs in 12 overs to win, but Fakhar Zaman, who was batting at bat, was caught at the hands of Mulder by Lizad Williams and returned to the pavilion.
Babar Azam was also dismissed after 6 runs. From here the match also turned around. Mohammad Hafeez 10, Haider Ali 3, Asif Ali 5 and Faheem Ashraf 7 returned to the pavilion. At this time the South African team dominated the Pakistani team.
Pakistani team’s breath got stuck, the match became interesting. The South African team needed just one big wicket and the match would have come in full possession. But Sisanda, who came to put the 19th over, was again forced by habit and gave the third ball no ball. After this he put the next ball again no ball, after this, Mohammad Nawaz hit a six on the free hit.
Although Magala dismissed Faheem Ashraf in this over, he suffered from the ‘no ball’ disease and missed the important match. Magala proved expensive in this over and gave him ten runs. Now Pakistan’s cricket fans are calling Sisanda a thank you.
Here they have done it very much!
This is not Sisanda’s first mistake. Sisanda overcame it during the second T20 between South Africa and Pakistan. He gave many runs to the Pakistan team for free. In one over Sisanda Magala’s rhythm deteriorated in such a way that he had to bowl 12 balls to complete the over. Sisanda bowled 3 consecutive no balls in this over, along with three wides. Magala gave a total of 18 runs in this over. Sisanda is the first bowler in the world to bowl no balls in three consecutive balls.
Sisanda’s no ball disease has become a topic of discussion among cricket enthusiasts around the world.