Mir Hamza wiped out Travis Head & Warner with a perfect bowling

Mir Hamza wiped out Travis Head

Mir Hamza wiped out Travis Head & Warner with a perfect bowling

Pakistani left-arm bowler Mir Hamza wiped out two giant Australian batsmen, David Warner, and Travis Head, with a perfect swing bowling in the Aus vs. Pak Test match series. The match took place at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Australia.

Hamza may not be the fastest bowler in the world. But with his unplayable swing, he can leave batters in a cloudy situation. It happened in the second innings of the second Test match of Australia against Pakistan at MCG.

Mir Hamza wiped out Travis Head for a golden strike with his commendable swing bowling after clearing up David Warner early with only six scores. Moreover, he knocked them out on consecutive deliveries.

As the ball hit Travis’s wicket, he seemed helpless against the outstanding in-swinging delivery of Mir Hamza. Hamza took two of the first four wickets in the second innings against Australia.

Australians were at 16/2 when Hamaza removed David with a back-of-a-length bowling in the sixth over of the second innings. He followed it up with an incredible in-swing bowling and sent Travis back to the pavilion at his first ball. Travis was defeatless as the ball hit the middle stump.

Mir Hamza talks about his wickets

Hamza talked about his today’s performance in a press conference. He revealed that the playing pitch was favorable to fast bowlers. So, he took advantage of it by attempting to swing the ball both ways to take the wicket of Travis Head.

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Hamza said he stuck to his basics. The pitch offers something for fast bowlers when the ball swings and seams. He made use of his abilities. It is an opportunity for him if he can swing when there is a fresh batsman in the batting position.

He went on to say this was his thought when he was dealing with Travis Head. He felt he could be ready for the outswing. So, he will try inswing first.

This was the second match of three test series between Australia and Pakistan. Australia has a lead over Pakistan by 241 scores with 187/6.

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