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Jason Roy become First Batsman to Out as Obstructing the Field in T20 International

A spammer has been added to England's opening batsman Jason Roy. During the T-20 match played against South Africa in Taunton, he was given 'Obstructing the field'. Along with this, Jason became the first batsman to be out like this in T-20 International.

 

Actually, Chris Morris was on bowling for the 16th over. They threw Liam Livingstone off the first ball of the over. Liam played this ball toward backward point. From where Andile Phehlukwayo has thrown towards Non Striker End. Jason had come to the middle of the pitch, only then he was sent back by living stone. During this, he took on Joe's shoes and The African team appealed the 'obstructing the field'.

 

The third umpire saw this in Replay, which showed that Jason should have seen the fielder while returning. Eventually after the third umpire gave Jason out. The England team lost this match by three runs. The current series is 1-1. The last match of the series will be on June 25.