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WTC Final: KS Bharath seriously injured, watch video

By Akshay - June 09, 2023 12:34 PM

Mitchell Starc ball hurt KS Bharath Australia team's leading fast bowler Mitchell Starc bowled the inswing ball at short length at a fast pace. KS Bharat didn't even have enough time to leave the ball. The ball came straight and hit his elbow.

AUS vs IND Live Score Updated

The second day's play of the WTC final between India and Australia came to an end on Thursday. In response to Australia's first innings 469 runs, India scored 151 runs losing 5 wickets in 38 overs till the end of the day's play. Ajinkya Rahane is playing 29 * and KS Bharat is scoring 5 * runs. The Indian team is currently 318 runs behind Australia's score with five wickets remaining. Team India is in danger of follow on.

However, during the day's play, a ball from Mitchell Starc won much applause from the spectators. Starc bowled an inswinging ball at short length at high speed, on which Indian wicket-keeper batsman KS Bharat was seriously injured. This incident is of the 38th over of the Indian innings.

Stark bowled the second ball of the over at short length at a brisk pace. Before KS Bharat could leave it, the ball hit his right elbow. The speed of the ball can be gauged from the fact that after hitting Bharat's hand, the ball went in the direction of the gully and was caught by the fielder at some distance from the boundary line.

ICC shared video

The video of this ball of Mitchell Starc has gone viral. ICC has also shared the video of this ball on its social media accounts. Along with sharing the video, the ICC wrote the caption, "Starc torments Bharat with a fast ball." Let us tell you that Bharat continued to play after consulting the physio.

It should be known that in the first two days, Australia's upper hand was seen in this match. When the Indian team will take the field on the third day, its first target will be to avoid the follow-on. Indian fans will have high hopes from Ajinkya Rahane and KS Bharat. Earlier, Australia scored 469 runs with the help of strong centuries from Steve Smith (121) and Travis Head (163).

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