The Hanuma Bihari innings on the fifth day of the third test between India and Australia entertained the fans. The batter, who came after India lost the ticket gates for Rishabh Pants, saw him leave at a very slow pace.
Bihari was also injured in the bargain and sneaked into the single early in the inning to hurt the hamstring. However, as India lost half of the injury and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeya was injured, Bihari chose to continue the bat instead of retiring and returning to the pavilion.
Of all this, Vihari still managed the first century, but with the ball instead of the bat. He scored 100 balls to 6 runs and fans talked about how he was still in the crease despite the injury.
The century of bihari. Another type of century. Hit the intolerable pain of over 100 balls. The grit and character have been anthropomorphized. Coming to Rahul Dravid’s birthday makes it even more special. Indian cricket will remember this effort for a long time, Hanuma.
— Srini Mama (@ SriniMaama16) January 11, 2021
Pants 97 Off 118 Bihari 7 Off 118
Same test innings, what you played to win, what you played to save. What a team combination. pic.twitter.com/c7yWYfU9VR
— Cricketopia (@CricketopiaCom) January 11, 2021
Q. What is test cricket?
A. The player who was injured during batting (bihari) is probably out of the next game, but still has creases to save the player playing. Test cricket is a poem. Not everyone can understand it, but those who can understand it will stay forever! #AUSvIND
— Kanabu Bali (@Concussion_Sub) January 11, 2021
This is another
— (@ TheDarkHorse09) January 11, 2021
Endangering his career and playing with hamstring injuries, this guy fights all possibilities and suspicions and plays the best inning of his life. pic.twitter.com/D0nkFV6hjc
— Subject Kantara HBK (@ifOnlyKewal) January 11, 2021
If this was a goat, this is nothing less than an inning pic.twitter.com/WTLnMl4ljo
— (@ Aggressive_ldka) January 11, 2021
Bihari scored 6 runs with 100 balls, but is still on the edge of the seat. The numbers are hidden behind it. A beautiful game.
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) January 11, 2021
Why does Hanuma Bihari not choose a runner?
The choice to choose a runner was taken away from modern batters in 2011, almost ten years ago. It was one of many rules modified by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Runners were abolished after multiple incidents of batters who misused the rules.
This is why Bihari has to run on his own in the final session of the Sydney test. Another option available at age 27 is to retire the injured and come back at a later stage.
Hanuma Bihari’s 6 Run Off 100 Balls Entertain Cricket Fans
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