Stokes’ dangerous ball injures Australia batsman, blood started falling

Marcus Harris Ben Stokes Australia vs England The Ashes 2021-22: On the first day of the Boxing Day Test match of the Ashes series between Australia-England, England were all out for 185 runs. In response, Marcus Harris and David Warner came to open for the Australian team. At the same time, Ben Stokes bowled the 16th over for the innings for England. Stokes’ first ball of this over was so fast and dangerous that it injured Harris. Blood started pouring from his finger. However, after getting the dressing done after taking a break, he played this entire over.

Actually Stokes came to throw the 16th over of this innings. He bowled the first ball of this over at a speed of 127.9 kilometers per hour. This ball was very fast and it went into Harris’s finger. The speed of the ball was so high that blood started falling from his finger. After the ball was hit, Harris took off the globs and the physio was called on the field. The physio did the dressing and then it was declared the final over of the day. Harris played this over completely and then the stumps were declared.

On the first day of this Test match, England, batting first, scored 185 runs till they were all out. During this, captain Joe Root scored a half-century. While Ben Stokes contributed 25 runs and Robinson contributed 22 runs. In response, the Australian team scored 61 runs in 16 overs for the loss of one wicket. Opener Marcus Harris has scored 20 runs in 51 balls for the team. It includes three fours. At the same time, David Warner was dismissed after scoring 38 runs. While Nathan Lyon remains at the crease without opening an account.


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