Video: Glenn Mcgrath tells viewers how he will dismiss David Warner and does
Glenn Mcgrath tells viewers how he will dismiss David Warner and does
He turned 40 in February and played his last Test almost three years ago, but Glenn McGrath showed he still has it.
In November 2009, 40-year-old Glenn McGrath was playing Australia Cricket Association against Australia in the T20 match at the Gabba, Brisbane. leading wicket taker in odi
Shane Warne led ACA lost the match despite the heroic performance from Glenn McGrath. The legendary bowler has lost the pace, but none of his swing and bounce. He was shining like a beacon with 3 for 18 from his four overs quota to light up the exhibition match.
Michael Clarke led Australia won the match by 17 runs, although one of the dangerous opening pairs Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden hit some huge six to entertain the spectators at the stands.
However, the most entertaining moment was gifted by the pace great McGrath, who told his fans on the stand that he would send Australia opener back while he was delivering the fifth ball of the fourth over of Australia’s innings, and he did it as the ball pitched outside off stump and took the edge of David Warner, who tried to play the ball through the cover that did not happen, the ball taking edge landed in the safe hand of wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist. Rejoiced McGrath made his trademark celebration.
Here is the video:
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