Mitchell Starc is an Australian bowler who seems to blow the senses of the batsmen with his dangerous bowling. His inswinger is difficult to understand. These days Starc is seen bowling brilliantly in the ongoing Test series against South Africa. On the third day of the ongoing second Test between Australia and South Africa, Starc put such a dangerous inswinger that he stunned everyone. Seeing this ball, cricket lovers found it difficult to believe their eyes.
This scene was seen in the seventh over. Chasing Australia's 575 runs, the South African team had got the first blow in the form of captain Dean Elgar. While batsmen like Sarel Irvine and Theunis de Bruyne were trying to hold on to the crease, on the other hand, Australian bowlers were dominating.
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Australia heading toward victory
Australia resumed on 386-3 with Travis Head on 48 and Carey on nine after a herculean unbeaten double century from Warner in his 100th Test in gruelling heat on day two.
The Kangaroos are nearing winning the series against South Africa as at the end of Day 3 on Wednesday, Alex Carey struck a maiden century to leave them in a commanding position. The hosts declared at tea on 575-8 on day three with an ominous lead of 386 after South Africa were bowled out in their first innings for 189.
Wicketkeeper Carey, playing in his 14th Test, was superb in reaching three figures for the first time before he was caught and bowled by Marco Jansen for 111. Carey and Green piled on the misery in a 117-run partnership after South Africa gave themselves a glimmer of hope with early wickets, including David Warner's first ball after he resumed on 200.
In reply, the Proteas were 15-1 when play was abandoned early at the Melbourne Cricket Ground due to persistent drizzle. Their bid to save the Test, and the three-match series after losing the opener in Brisbane, got off to a horror start with under-pressure skipper Dean Elgar caught by Carey off Pat Cummins without scoring in the second over.