Australia’s star Test cricketer Marnus Labuschagne is a fantastic Test cricketer and what makes him best is his ability of leaving the balls alone. In an Instahram post shared by Cricket Australia, the 27-year-old was seen playing backyard cricket with his fellow Aussie Michael Nesser. Here’s the video:
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Labuschange, who made a sensational impact in Ashes 2019, can be seen leaving a number of balls from Neser before pouncing on to one just on off stump. Fans absolutely loved it.
Marnus Labuschagne Pulled Out of T20 Blast Game Due to Covid-19 Scare in Team
Batsman Marnus Labuschagne, who is being touted as the next Australian skipper, was forced to pull out of a T20 Blast game for his county Glamorgan following Covid-19 scare. The 27-year-old Labuschagne was withdrawn from the match against Middlesex on Sunday night after his teammate Nick Selman tested positive for coronavirus. The international star was deemed a potential close contact.
Aussie pace bowler Michael Neser was also pulled out of the squad as he too was deemed a potential close contact. “The positive test came out at about half-past seven this morning (the day of the game against Middlesex) and as a precautionary measure we kept Marnus out from travelling with us today," coach Matthew Maynard was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
The 25-year-old Selman, a right-handed batsman, who was born in Australia but has moved to England, has been asked to spend 10 days in isolation. “We’re not sure where Nick Selman picked up Covid, whether it was down in Brighton or in Cardiff, but he wasn’t feeling well, so he went for the tests and the results came through at 07:30," said Maynard.