David Bedingham fired in a quick throw, after fumbling the ball. © Twitter
Leicestershire skipper Colin Ackermann was forced to walk back early to the pavilion, following an excellent toss by opposition wicketkeeper David Bedingham in England‘s T20 league, the Vitality Blast. The termination was recorded in a video published on Twitter by the league’s official deal with. “Extraordinary arm for this gone out by David Bedingham. Would you have attempted to take a single there?” the caption on the post read. Ackermann tried a quick single, after missing out on the ball with Bedingham fumbling at first. The wicketkeeper quickly recuperated composure firing in a fast throw, with the ball going on to strike the stumps prior to the batsman might make the crease. This was followed by celebrations from the fielding side.
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— Vigor Blast (@VitalityBlast) September 13, 2020
Leicestershire managed to score 132, batting initially, however Durham ferreted out the target comfortably to tape-record a six-wicket win, with over 4 overs to spare.
The Vitality Blast is among the few competitions being presently held, in a world which has actually been severely hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Numerous major occasions like the T20 World Cup have been delayed, due to COVID-19 leading to turmoil.
Nevertheless, there have actually been attempts made to keep the game alive regardless of the pandemic, with tournaments like the 13 th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) arranged to be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19.
IPL 2020 was earlier arranged to be kept in India, before being moved to the UAE due to the rising coronavirus cases.
Safeguarding champs Mumbai Indians (MI) will handle Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the opening match of the edition.
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