AUS vs ENG: Eye-catching fielding by the Aussie all-rounder.

Australia’s Ashton Agar performed a brilliant fielding in the first ODI against England. Ashton Agar single-handedly stopped David Malan’s six in the 45th over of England’s innings.

Not only batting and bowling but also fielding is very important in cricket. As catches win matches, the team that excels in fielding has better chances of success. Accordingly, the fans’ eyes are distracted by the amazing fielding scenes and maneuvers that are often seen on the cricket field. A similar thing was seen on the ground of Adelaide Oval on Thursday. Australia’s Ashton Agar performed a brilliant fielding in the first ODI against England. Ashton Agar single-handedly stopped David Malan’s six in the 45th over of England’s innings. Malan played a brilliant pull shot off Pat Cummins’ short ball which seemed to go straight into the stands. But Ashton Agar, who was standing on the square leg boundary, jumped in the air and blocked the ball. With this the sixer got only one run off the ball. Earlier, Agar also brilliantly ran out Liam Dawson. In this match, Agar scored 62 runs in 10 overs and could not take a single wicket. But he played his part in Australia’s victory with his brilliant fielding.

Meanwhile, the video of Agar’s exercise has now gone viral on social media. Cricket fans are surprised to see this video. They are showering comments and likes saying what a fielding, take a bow. In this match, the Australian team won against England by six wickets. Batting first, the English team scored 287 runs in 50 overs. At one point England lost five wickets for 118 runs but Malan played an excellent innings. He scored 135 runs in just 128 balls with the help of 12 fours and 4 sixes. After that, the Aussies, who went into bat, lost 4 wickets in 46.5 overs and won by scoring 291 runs. David Warner (86), Travis Head (69) and Steve Smith (80) excelled.

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