India vs South Africa 2021-22: Shardul Thakur out on a no ball? picture went viral

Shardul Thakur can be out on Kagiso Rabada’s no ball.

Shardul Thakur was dismissed for 10 and Viaan Mulder took a good sharp catch in the hoop.

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Shardul Thakur was sent in as India’s night watchman on the third day when Mayank Agarwal was dismissed. However, he was soon sacked the next day. However, soon after a picture went viral on the internet, which showed he was dismissed for a no-ball off Kagiso Rabada. Due to this Indian fans pulled up the third umpire on Twitter. Thakur was out for 10 and Viaan Mulder took a good sharp catch in the hoop. “Fantastic umpiring. Wicket from Shardul Thakur” tweeted the handle.

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It didn’t take long for other fans to join the chorus. “Where is the third umpire sleeping? Thakur got out on no ball,” tweeted one user, while another pointed to Rabada’s consecutive no-balls. That the third umpire is about to make a no-ball call, the South African fast bowler was dismissed several times.

Thakur played his part perfectly as he played 25 deliveries and the fall of the next wicket was delayed. He also scored runs in England. Thakur completed 200 Test runs in 2021 at an average of 33.33 with three half-centuries.

South African pacers Kagiso Rabada and Marco Jensen destroyed India’s batting in the second session of the fourth day as the visitors were bundled out for just 174 runs. Rabada and Jensen shared four wickets each as India could not take advantage in the second innings despite a good start. in the first session. The visiting team set a target of 305 runs for the Proteas, thanks to a healthy 130-run lead in their first innings.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant top-scored for India in the second innings with 34 as none of the visiting batsman could score a half-century. Team India had a mixed first session on the fourth day as they crossed the 200-run lead before lunch, however, their in-form batsman KL Rahul returned to the hut after scoring 23 runs. Rahul batted with a cautious approach in the opening phase and a hit on his finger broke his concentration a bit and Lungi Ngidi took full advantage of it to get the first wicket of the innings. India quickly recovered from Rahul’s departure as skipper Virat Kohli took charge with Cheteshwar Pujara in the middle.

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