Watch: Mitchell Marsh Furiously Abuses The Umpire As Umpiring Howlers Continue To Trouble The Big Bash League
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Watch: Mitchell Marsh Furiously Abuses The Umpire As Umpiring Howlers Continue To Trouble The Big Bash League

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh. Image Credits: Twitter

Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was visibly very upset on Saturday when he took to the field against Sydney Sixers, batting for Perth Scorchers in the Eliminator of BBL 2020-21. Notably, the Big Bash League hasn’t yet approved the use of the Umpires Decision Review System (DRS) and thus, the umpiring howlers have continued in the league.

Time and again, players and fans have also vouched for the inclusion of technology in the league. Earlier in the season too, there have been howlers of unprecedented magnitude. On Saturday, another such howler took place in the league when the Perth Scorchers took on the Sydney Sixers in the Qualifier match of the Big Bash League.

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh. Image Credits: Twitter

Watch: Mitchell Marsh Lashes Out At Umpire After Being Wrongly Given Out

In the 13th over of the game, Steve O’ Keefe was bowling and Mitchell Marsh was on the strike. He was caught down the leg side despite no edge being involved. Marsh seemed very uncomfortable with the decision and was visibly very upset. He was seen shouting at the umpire for his decision.

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh (Image Credit: Twitter)

Perth Scorchers were playing on 85/3 when Mitchell Marsh was dismissed. Scorchers decided to bat first after winning the toss wherein they posted a target of 167 runs for the opponents.

Sydney Sixers Advance To The Final After Beating Perth Scorchers

The Sydney Sixers have now become the first finalist of the Big Bash League (BBL 2020-21). They beat Perth Scorchers on Saturday by 9 wickets to enter the final of the tournament. They were also the table toppers of this year’s league stage and now, Sydney have become the first finalists.

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BBL 2020-21 Winners Sydney Sixers pose with the trophy. (Photo: Twitter)

James Vince top-scored for the Sixers as he ended up scoring 98 runs and returned not out after the end of the day’s play. Josh Phillipe also contributed with the bat and he scored 45 runs off 28 balls.

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