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Big Bash League: In the Big Bash League match between Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades, the ball hit the roof of the stadium twice. Twice the ball reached the ceiling.

Australia’s domestic league continues with the Big Bash League tournament. The Melbourne Renegades take on the Melbourne Stars on Saturday. Melbourne Renegades beat Melbourne Stars by 6 runs in this match. Sam Harper was the hero of Melbourne Renegades’ victory. Sam Harper scored a brilliant half-century for Melbourne Renegades. At the same time, in this match, the batsman hit the ball too far. However, the ball hit the ceiling twice. With this, 6 runs were added to the batsman’s account. However, the video of the batsman’s shot hitting the ceiling is going viral on social media.

The ball hit the roof of the stadium.

The third over of the Melbourne Stars innings was underway when the incident took place. In fact, in the fifth ball of this over, Joe Clarke tried to play over mid-wicket. The ball hit the roof of the stadium 38 meters away. The ball hit the roof of the stadium and landed on the pitch again. Then, the incident happened for the second time in the 16th over of Melbourne Stars. This time the ball hit the bat and went very high in the air. After that, the ball hit the roof and fell towards the leg side.

Video viral on social media..

But two videos related to the Big Bash League match are going viral on social media. Fans are commenting on this video and expressing their opinion. On the other hand, talking about this match, Melbourne Renegades who lost the toss and elected to bat first scored 162 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs. In this way Melbourne Stars needed 163 runs in 20 overs to win the match, Melbourne Renegades defeated Melbourne Stars by 6 runs. Earlier Sam Harper played a wonderful innings with 51 runs off 36 balls. Apart from this, Jonathan Wells scored 44 runs. Matthew Critchley contributed 23 runs.


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