Comedy Of Errors - Centurion-Jason Roy, Umpire Clashed Into Each Other

Trending News

Post

Cricket

Comedy Of Errors – Centurion-Jason Roy, Umpire Clashed Into Each Other Watching The Ball  

Comedy Of Errors – Centurion-Jason Roy, Umpire Clashed Into Each Other Watching The Ball 
Getty

The game between England and Bangladesh has witnessed quite a few comedy of errors in the middle. Initially, it was the Bangladesh fielders, who made the mess of their fielding and then it was the England opener Jason Roy, who gave a horrible dash to the umpire before celebrating his century.

The incident took place just when Jason Roy reached the three-digit mark. The flamboyant batsman, who was on 96 smashed a pull straight to the fielder at the square-led fence. Once again, the fielder made the mess of it, which saw Jason Roy reaching the century mark.

In between, the batsman and the umpire, who were busy watching the ball failed to notice that both of them are in the same line to clash. Roy, who was about to take a celebratory run dashed the umpire, which saw the cricketers showing their concern for the umpire.

Jason Roy
Getty

However, after a fine time, the umpire seemed okay and then the opening batsman raised his bat to celebrate his century. Coming to the match summary, initially, it was Bangladesh, who won the toss elected to bowl first.

Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow started things off in a flash by smashing them all over the park. The duo added a century partnership for the first wicket. However, the skipper of Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza gave the much-needed boost for the team by sending Bairstow back to the hut.

Despite that, Jason Roy continued his glorious form to smash a brilliant century for the team. He was accompanied by the number 3 batsman Joe Root, who was sent back for 21 runs by Saifuddin.

Here is the video:

Get the latest news and updates from Indian Premier League, ICC World Cup 2019, Match Prediction & Fantasy cricket. Follow SportzWiki for all cricket news, WWE News & Sports News.

Related posts