Bowled to the batsman by swinging the ball like Shane Warne, this bowler reminded of ‘Ball of the Century’. Hindi News


Matt Parkinson: Away from the IPL, there is a buzz of County Championship in England these days. On one hand, India’s batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is being praised, who has scored three centuries in three consecutive matches. At the same time, the havoc of England leg-spinner Matt Parkinson is also continuing, who is bowling like the great Australian spinner Shane Warne. A video of Matt Parkinson is becoming fiercely viral on social media, in which he reminded him of Shane Warne’s magic ball ‘Ball of the Century’.

Bowled the batsman by swinging the ball like Shane Warne

In England, a match of the County Championship Division One was played between Lancashire and Warwickshire at Old Trafford ground in Manchester, in which Lancashire leg-spinner Matt Parkinson struck a magic ball with the Warwickshire wicket-keeper batsman. Clean bowled to Michael Burgess.

This bowler reminded of ‘Ball of the century’

This ball of Lancashire leg-spinner Matt Parkinson is being compared to Shane Warne’s magic ball ‘Ball of the Century’. Matt Parkinson’s ball pitched outside the leg-stump and hit the off-stump of Warwickshire wicket-keeper batsman Michael Burgess. Everyone was surprised to see this ball of Matt Parkinson. This video is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

What was Shane Warne’s ‘Ball of the Century’?

Australia’s great leg-spinner Shane Warne, in the Manchester Test against England on June 4, 1993, bowled a ball to English batsman Mike Gatting which pitched outside the leg-stump and blown off the batsman’s off-stump by turning at a 90-degree angle. This ball of Shane Warne was given the status of ‘Ball of the Century’. Shane Warne took 708 wickets in 145 test matches.



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