Marsh One-Day Cup 2019: South Australia’s fast bowler Wes Agar survived a massive injury scare during his side’s encounter with Queensland at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane on Tuesday.
It all happened on the second delivery of Queensland’s innings when Agar’s back foot slipped while he was about to bowl a delivery. As a result, the 22-year old pacer went sliding down in what seemed to be a horrifying incident.
Fortunately for Agar, he quickly got up and showed no signs of getting injured. After the nasty fall, Agar did not bowl well as he conceded 39 runs in his six overs and remained wicketless.
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Oh man this could have been nasty 🙈
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 24, 2019
South Australia batsmen were bowled out for 226 in 48.5 overs with Tom Cooper (62) being the only batsman in the team to register a half-century in the match for his team.
Queensland went past the target in 35.5 overs with the successive fifties of Sam Heazlett, Matt Renshaw and Joe Burns. Billy Stanlake was awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ for registering a brilliant bowling figures of 10-0-38-3.