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“Beauty Of Test Cricket”, Twitter Reacts As All The Players Get Captured In A Single Frame In Ashes Test

Test cricket received yet another booster in the form of the fourth Test of the ongoing Ashes. The game had a cinematic finish, and fans got to see a few instances that they have hardly witnessed. In this article, we take a look at how Twitter reacted as all the players get captured in a single frame in the Ashes Test at SCG.

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All the players get captured in a single frame in the Ashes Test in Sydney

One of the rare instances in the game was when all the players involved in the match on the field were captured in a single frame. The two batters along with the eleven members of the fielding team were all in action. The Sydney game had to come down to such a situation for Australia to employ the tactics.

Australia was desperate to bowl out England to go 4-0 up in the series. Although the Englishmen looked set for another defeat, a few batters stood up to the task. Their resolve ensured that Australia had to enforce the situation even more.

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Australia’s captain Pat Cummins was asked to bring on Steve Smith, as well. In fact, he bowled the final over of the game. Yet, England did not lose the wicket and saved the game by just one scalp.

Twitter reacts to the rare occurrence

Usually, captains do not risk placing all fielders close to the bat. Some batters take the risk and with the size of bats these days, they find success. However, Australia did not have to worry about runs on Sunday. England was also not willing to take any risk. Hence, to test the defending skills of the England batsmen, Australia had all the players close to the bat. This was their best bet to take a wicket. In the process, fans got to witness a rare instance of all players in a single frame.

https://twitter.com/niramen26/status/1480088940115726340

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