Look at the arrogance of the Australian player, despite being out he refused to go out, the umpires removed him from the field!

Australian players are very talented but their actions on the field often become the cause of controversies. Something similar was seen in Sheffield Shield where a senior Australian player refused to leave the field despite being out. We are talking about Australian Test specialist batsman Peter Handscomb, who refused to return to the pavilion after getting out in the ongoing match against South Australia in Adelaide.

Peter Handscomb stood at the crease for a long time and finally the umpires took him out. The video of his action is going viral on social media and people are trolling him a lot. Now the question is, why did Handscomb do this?

What did Handscomb do?

Victoria’s batsman Peter Handscomb came to the crease at number four. At that time his team was in trouble. The team had lost two wickets by the fourth over. Will Pucovski was also out by the 11th over and then Handscomb was dismissed in the 13th over. But Handscomb refused to go out. Actually, Handscomb was caught in the slip off the ball of fast bowler Brandon Doggett. Handscomb felt that the ball had hit the ground before the fielder could catch it. But the umpires gave him out. Despite this decision, Handscomb remained on the pitch and started arguing with the umpires. After this the captain of the opposing team talked to the umpires. Finally the umpires asked Handscomb to go out.

Who is Handscomb?

Peter Handscomb is known as a test specialist in Australia. This right-handed batsman has scored 1079 runs in 20 tests, which includes two centuries. In first class cricket, this player has scored more than 10 thousand runs on the basis of 21 centuries. Handscomb also has experience of 22 ODI matches in which he has scored 632 runs with his bat at an average of 33.26. He also has an ODI century to his name.

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