Currently, the Lancashire is locking horns with Leicestershire in the Division Two County Championship match Aigburth, Liverpool. The first day of the match is going on and Lancashire is batting first. The veteran batsmen, Liam Livingstone is batting in the middle along with Steven Croft, with the former had already scored a fifty. However, an unusual incident took place in the 49th over of Dieter Klein when Livingstone hammed one of the most uniques deliveries possible.
On the penultimate ball of the over, Klein was in his delivery stride and suddenly the ball left from his hands and flew towards the batsman, where Livingstone played an extraordinary shot. The ball landed about three feet inside the point boundary before going for four.
Here is the video of the incident:
How would you describe this delivery? 😂Liam Livingstone enjoyed it…
Posted by Lancashire Cricket on Monday, June 3, 2019
Cricket has always been a funny game in which the players sometimes end up doing one of the most unusual things which leave the fans and followers quite amused. Talking about the game, Lancashire is having some troubles as they have already lost 5 wickets, with Livingstone being the only one to went past the 50-run mark. They will be looking to go past the 300-run mark before the day ends and without losing any further wickets.
For Leicestershire, Mohammad Abbas and Klein were the pick of the bowlers as they both scalped 2-2 wickets each.