2 February, 2023 | newsx bureau
England Cricketer Moeen Ali Stuns Cricket World With His Bizzare Shot in SA Vs ENG 3rd ODI.
In the final One Day International played in Kimberley, South Africa began a miraculous comeback against England. Demonstrating an amazing recovery At Kimberley, England defeated South Africa in the third and final ODI. David Malan and Jos Buttler led the visitors to an enormous total in their final game of the series. In fifty overs, England scored 346/7 with the help of their centuries. Buttler scored 131 runs off 127 deliveries while Malan scored 118 runs off 114 balls.
As soon as England started its innings was rattled by the African pacer Lungi ngidi. Ngidi troubled top order of the English team and reduced them to 14/3. Although Buttler and Malan helped visitors to recover and post a huge target for the hosts.
Although, A botched attempt by English all-rounder Moeen Ali caught the attention of fans. Moeen who has been great with the bat lately helped the visitors to set the lofty goal with a rapid 41 runs in 23 balls during his brief stint. However, his one odd Switch-Hit caught the attention of enthusiasts. After attempting an odd one-handed reverse hit during the third One-Day International against South Africa, England cricketer Moeen Ali set the internet into a frenzy. When Moeen Ali was facing Tabriaz Shamsi, he took his bottom hand off the bat and tried to switch hits with just one hand. However, Moeen Ali missed the opportunity, shocking the audience.
The visitors’ triumph gives them a morale boost because they have already lost a series. The One Day series was won by Africa 2-1. However, Porteas’ prospects of directly qualifying for the 50-Over World Cup were dimmed by this defeat. This year’s World Cup will be held in India in October and November.
The top eight teams in the points standings will have a direct entry into the prestigious competition. Porteas are now in ninth place and will try to defeat the Netherlands handily to avoid the qualifiers that were planned for Zimbabwe this year.