When KL Rahul did mischief, Finch started raining punches, watch the video

When KL Rahul did mischief, Finch started raining punches, watch the video

Sports Desk: The second match of the ODI series was played at the Sydney Cricket Ground between Australia and India. Winning the toss in this match, Australian captain Finch decided to bat first. Once again, the pair of Warner and Finch gave the team a good start. But during this time, the match saw a laughing joke between Australian batsmen and Indian team keeper KL Rahul.

During the second ODI, Indian fast bowler Navdeep Saini's beamer ball went straight into the stomach of Aaron Finch, causing a groan of pain in the field. Meanwhile, Indian wicket-keeper KL Rahul came running to Finch and asked about his condition. After that KL Rahul appeared punching Finch in the stomach mocking him. During this, Warner and Chahal who were there also laughed seeing this.


The video of this fun joke of Finch and KL Rahul went viral on social media, which people are very fond of. People are sharing it and writing together that Indian players and Australian players have become good friends of each other due to IPL. Chahal also appeared in this video having fun with Finch. Both players play for Aribibi.

Be aware that in this match also in this match, Finch and Warner pair made a century partnership and beat Indian bowlers well. Warner scored 80 runs in this match while Finch scored 60 runs to give the team a good start. 


Bad news for Ireland between ODI series from Afghanistan, death of this legendary cricketer

Bad news for Ireland between ODI series from Afghanistan, death of this legendary cricketer

One day series between Afghanistan and Ireland is being played in UAE. Ireland are trailing 1-0 in the 3 ODIs series. But this is not the only thing that hurts Ireland. Even bigger shock has come from the demise of one of his former cricketers.

Yes, the news from Ireland is very disappointing for the Irish team. It is reported that former Ireland cricketer Roy Torrance has passed away. He was 72 years old, Cricket Ireland itself confirmed this news.

Former Ireland cricketer dies

Roy Torrance was an all-rounder. Apart from being a right-handed batsman, he was also a right-arm fast bowler. Torrance played his first match against Middlesex in 1966.

Cricket career was 18 years

Roy Torrance's cricket career was a total of 18 years. He played cricket from 1966 to 1984. During this, he played a total of 30 matches. In these 30 matches, Torrance took 77 wickets at an average of 25.6.

Been manager of Ireland cricket team for 12 years

Even after retiring from cricket, Torrance remained involved with the sport. He became the President of the Irish Cricket Union in the year 2000. Apart from this, in the year 2004, he became the manager of the Ireland Men's Cricket Team. Torrence held the office for 12 years. Former Australian cricketer Roy Torrance was awarded the Aubie at Queens Birthday Honor in 2009.

Big loss for ireland cricket

There is no doubt that the death of Roy Torrance is a big blow to Ireland cricket. It will not be easy to compensate for this loss.