Video: Derbyshire’s Harvey Hosein’s bulls-eye flick catches day-dreaming Hassan Azad off-guard
During a match in Bob Willis Trophy, Leicestershire’s Hassan Azad, who was caught loitering away from his crease, was left embarrassed by a sharp underarm flick from Harvey Hosein and on such incident, fans across the internet can’t but laugh at the foolishness of the batsman.
Recently, the Bob Willis Trophy has become an array of endless entertainment to the cricketing fans as it’s providing entertainment regularly with a less cricket on this pandemic. Cricket’s most bizarre and humiliating dismissal, a ‘stumping’ off a fast bowler, was seen in the picture, during the first day of a North Group match between Derbyshire and Leicestershire. Leicestershire’s veteran Hassan Azad left a delivery from Luis Reece only to casually look back and admire at his stance n an attempt to negate the swinging delivery and remove the caught-behind dismissal.
On the other hand, Derbyshire’s young-keeper Harvey Hosein was alert and effective as he immediately flicked the ball underarm to catch the southpaw wandering outside his crease. While the batsman was shadow-practicing for the next delivery. Usually, a batsman tends to come back to his crease once the ball has been left or played but in this case, a day-dreaming Hassan could only manage to throw away his wicket cheaply following cricket’s comeback in the country.
Know anyone who would get stumped like this? 😯
— County Championship (@CountyChamp) August 8, 2020