South Africa vs Australia 4th Odi match review, details – Travis Head became injured. Australian star batsman Travis Head got injured while playing the fourth match of the one-day series against South Africa. He got injured in his left hand. As a result, before the upcoming World Cup, the concern of Australian Shibir increased and the books did not decrease. Head went for a pull shot off South African bowler Geral Coetzee. At that time the ball hits the left hand of the head. However, it is not yet known how serious the injury is. After receiving the injury, Head received first aid on the field.
Head went for a pull shot off South African bowler Geral Coetzee. At that time the ball hits the left hand of the head. However, it is not yet known how serious the injury is. After receiving the injury, Head received first aid on the field.
However, after playing three balls, he left the field as a retired Hart. Australian head coach Andrew Macdonald said, “It looks like there is a fracture.” However, the severity of the injury is not yet understood. Hopefully, Head will be fully fit before the World Cup.” Meanwhile, Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Glenn Maxwell have all recovered from injuries.
Cameron Greene and Aston Agar are also on the list. Spencer Johnson had a hamstring injury. Mitchell Marsh also missed the final ODI due to an ankle injury. All are in the squad for the upcoming tour of India though. David Miller completed 4000 runs in his ODI career on this day. He played an innings of 83 runs off 45 balls. Miller has played 159 ODIs in the country’s jersey so far.
Meanwhile, the Protea camp snatched victory by a huge margin of 164 runs in the fourth ODI between Australia and South Africa at Centurion. Heinrich Klaasen played a marathon innings of 174 runs. Klassen hit 13 boundaries and 13 sixes in his innings. Van der Dusen scored 62 runs. Batting first, South Africa lost 5 wickets in the scheduled 50 overs and picked up 416 runs on the board.
Australia could not score more than 252 runs in response. Warner scored only 12 runs. Alex Carey misses his century by 1 run. He returned to the pavilion after scoring 99 runs. Carey hit 9 boundaries and 4 sixes in his innings. Besides, no one else scored runs like that. Tim David scored 35 runs.