Ashes: Stuart Broad lost his cool on camera, did something that even commentators couldn’t stop laughing – VIDEO

New Delhi. England fast bowler Stuart Broad erupted in anger during the second day’s play of the fifth and final Ashes Test against Australia at Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Stuart Broad was furious with the on-field camera. During the 63rd over of the first innings, the 35-year-old took a run-up after reaching the bowling crease and suddenly stopped midway. The camera behind left-handed batsman Mitchell Starc had distracted him to a great extent, which left him badly infuriated.

On the field the camera usually moves around the boundary. For Stuart Broad, England’s second-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket after James Anderson, this camera became a problem. Stuart Broad was taking a run up to throw the ball, Mitchell Starc was on strike, but because of the camera, Broad stopped in the middle of his run up. Before the batsman and wicketkeeper Sam Billings could understand something, the broadcaster got angry at the broadcaster, shouting at the broadcast spider cam.

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Stuart Broad was caught on camera shouting loudly, ‘Stop moving the robot.’ This incident happened when Australia were playing 245 runs for the loss of six wickets in the 63rd over of the first innings. The commentators couldn’t control their laughter watching Broad lose his cool on a camera like this. However, it was a good morning for England as they finished Australia’s first innings within the first hour. This video of Stuart Broad is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

Let us tell you that Stuart Broad has been going in and out for England for a long time under the rotation policy. The veteran pacer was a bit disappointed after missing two out of the first four Tests in the Ashes. He was disappointed that he did not get a chance to bowl on the pitches of Brisbane’s Gabba and Melbourne Cricket Ground, but he has managed to show his class in the day-night Test in Hobart.

He took three important wickets in the first innings and conceded only 59 runs in 24.4 overs. To start, he showed the way to the pavilion to Usman Khawaja, who was the player to score centuries in both the innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Khawaja scored only six runs after being promoted from No.5 to opener. Broad then dismissed Marnus Labuschagne, who scored 44 off 53 balls with the help of nine fours. Broad throws the batsman around his feet. Labuschagne was out trying to flick a ball to the on-side.
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Stuart Broad also took the wicket of Nathan Lyon, who was coming down heavily on the England bowlers. Lion scored 31 runs in 27 balls with the help of one four and three sixes. The Australian team was bundled out for 303 runs in 24.4 overs in the first innings. Mark Wood also got three wickets.


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