Ashes: After India-South Africa, broadcasters are now on target in Ashes, Broad acted like Kohli, watch video

Pankaj Prasad
Pankaj Prasad 15/01/2022 18:03 IST
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The last match of the five-Test Ashes series between Australia and England will be played in Hobart.

The last match of the five-Test Ashes series between Australia and England will be played in Hobart. On the second day of this match, on Saturday (15 January), something happened which reminded of the Cape Town Test between India and South Africa. England fast bowler Stuart Broad acted like Indian captain Virat Kohli and took aim at the broadcaster.

Veteran fast bowler Broad was upset with the 'moving rower' while bowling. There are cameras on the moving rover. This machine, in addition to circling around the boundary line, sometimes goes into the field during breaks. Shouting at the moving rover while bowling, Broad said to stop moving the robot. Earlier in the Cape Town Test, Indian Test captain Virat Kohli had expressed his disappointment over the decision of DRS.

The official broadcaster of the Ashes series is Fox Cricket. Broad was getting distracted by his 'moving rover'. Just as he was taking the run-up to throw a ball to Mitchell Starc, he stopped after being distracted by a moving rover on the boundary line. He took aim at Fox Cricket's broadcast director and shouted, "Stop moving the robot."

The great wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist, who did commentary during the match, laughed at Broad's action. He said, β€œThey are doing this like a small child in the backyard of the house. It has been a tough tour for him."

What happened in the Cape Town Test?

Two days ago, Dean Elgar was given out by the on-field umpire in Cape Town off Ravichandran Ashwin. Ashwin's ball hit the pads of Elgar. The South African captain had taken DRS. His decision proved to be right and he narrowly escaped. Everything was fine in the replays, but the Hawkeye technique showed the ball going over the stumps. Seeing this, the Indian players as well as the umpire were surprised. He said it was impossible.

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After this, Indian captain Kohli also expressed anger. He went closer to the stump mic and said, "Focus on your team and shine the ball at the same time. Don't just focus on the opposing team. All the time trying to catch people." At the same time, off-spinner Ashwin took aim at the broadcaster and said that SuperSport should adopt a better way to win. Team India's vice-captain KL Rahul also looked aggressive. He said that the whole country is against 11 people.

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