Yastika Bhatia did such a run out to Anushka that you will be surprised to see the video


New Delhi. The cleverness, quickness and aim of the wicketkeeper often benefit the team. Sometimes videos of his throwing style or agility are also viral on social media. Something similar happened, during the second ODI match of the series between India and Sri Lanka women’s teams. A video related to Indian wicketkeeper Yastika Bhatia is being liked a lot on social media.

Yastika sent Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Anoushka Sanjeevani to the pavilion due to her amazing throw and agility in the second one-day international of the series at Palekal. The most important thing was that the batsman himself could not understand it. The third umpire again after watching the replay gave the decision of out.

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Wicketkeeper Anushka Sanjeevani, who came to bat at number 5 for Sri Lanka, was run out by Yastika Bhatia. Anushka defended the third ball of the 23rd over of the innings. The ball remained close to him, which Yastika immediately picked up and threw it straight on the wicket. The ball also hit the target and Yastika appealed for a run out.

The third umpire was resorted to and replays showed that Anushka was actually out of the crease when the ball fell. Anushka had to return to the pavilion on the team score of 70. He scored 25 runs in 44 balls with the help of 2 fours.

Sri Lankan women’s team scored 173 runs in 50 overs. Emma Kanchana returned unbeaten on 47. He faced 83 balls and hit 2 fours in his restrained unbeaten innings. Apart from him, Nilakshi de Silva contributed 32 runs off 62 balls with 3 fours. India’s Renuka Singh got 4 wickets while Meghna Singh and Deepti Sharma took 2 wickets each. The Indian team won the first match of the 3-match ODI series by 4 wickets. Earlier, he defeated the hosts 2-1 in the T20 series.

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