IPL 2020: This batsman had returned to the pavilion without opening an account, know why then he is getting praise on Twitter


IPL 2020: Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was seriously injured while bowling.

new Delhi. In the 13th season of IPL 2020, the match was played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore (Royal Challengers Banglore) on Monday. RCB, captained by Virat Kohli, won this match by 10 runs. Sunrisers Hyderabad lost in this match, as well as their top Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was also injured. When he came to bat, he was dismissed without opening an account. Although he is getting much praise on social media.

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Despite the injury, he came down to bat
Mitchell Marsh suffered an ankle injury while bowling during the first match. RCB came out to bat first. Mitchell Marsh came for the fifth over of the innings. While bowling, 28-year-old Marsh twisted his ankle and was seen staggering out of the ground. Vijay Shankar completed the over in his place. After this, he did not take the field during RCB’s batting. Fabian Allen replaced Marsh as Substitute Fielder.

However, when Sunrisers Hyderabad came to bat, Marsh came to the crease to bat at number nine. When he came, he could not even walk well. On the second ball of the marsh over, Virat Kohli was caught and caught and returned without an account. He also needed Physio to go off the field. Marsh may not have scored, but his bravery definitely won the hearts of the fans. He was praised on Twitter.
Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated in the first match

With these innings played at the start of the innings and at the end of the innings, RCB scored 163 runs for five wickets after being invited to bat first. In response, the Sunrisers team were dismissed for 153 runs in 19.4 overs. Johnny Bairstow (61 off 43 balls, six fours, two sixes) and Manish Pandey (34 off 33 balls, three fours, one six) added 71 runs for the second wicket.


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