Cricket fans are witnessing some really weird things in front of their eyes these days. Pakistani batsmen strike 5 runs in single ball against New Zealand even when the ball has not touched boundary, a Uttar Pradesh bowler turns 360 degrees before actually delivering the ball and a lot more stuff.
Now, something equally weird has happened again. George Bailey left everyone surprised while playing for the Prime Minister’s XI in a tour match against South Africa in Canberra.
While facing the ball, George stood in a really unique yet weird way which left everyone among the opposition players and commentators laughing. It was a shock to see George standing with his back pointing towards the bowler and many of the fans left wondering if it is even allowed. Watch the video yourself-
Faf having a cheeky giggle in the slips at Bailey's extraordinary stance 😂 pic.twitter.com/q30H7chZeP
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) October 31, 2018
Click Here to watch the video directly on Twitter.
This is how Twitterati reacted after watching the video-
Ban him for illegal batting action 😁
— MSM (@SamiMahesar1440) October 31, 2018
Ridiculous, he then goes back to normal stance as ball being released.
— David Pettigrove (@DJP69) October 31, 2018
and what if left arm bowler bowls? will he be looking at the big screen to see the bowler?
— Eshan (@_eshan) October 31, 2018
— Matt (@mattymaclaren) October 31, 2018
He ruined his career just Bcz this stance
— SODHI KARAN🇦🇺 (@Auscriclover) October 31, 2018
Well done George 😂
— Marudhu Mccullum (@DevaMarudhu) October 31, 2018
Is this lawful
— Damien Bastock (@DCJMB63) October 31, 2018
He’ll be facing the keeper soon, disgraceful.
— Miles Rajander (@Miles_raj) October 31, 2018
Isn’t that really surprising?