What did Langer say on Usman Khawaja? (PC-PTI)
New Delhi, Australia has a strong hold in the final of the World Test Championship. Australia scored 469 runs in the first innings at the Oval and after that India lost five wickets for 151 runs in the first innings. By the way, in the middle of this match, Australia’s veteran and former head coach Justin Langer Has said such a thing which will make anyone’s head dizzy.
Justin Langer commented on the wicket of Usman Khawaja. He told why Khawaja got out on 0. Justin Langer told the reason for Usman Khawaja’s wicket to his sweater. The question is, why did Langer say this?
Usman’s sweater became his enemy!
Usman Khawaja’s wicket was taken by Mohammad Siraj and if Justin Langer is to be believed, he got out because of his sweater. Khawaja wore a full length sweater while batting. Langer said that Usman entered the field wearing a full sleeve sweater. You need to be quick at the start of the innings. A full sweater never felt right. Khawaja must be disappointed to be dismissed in the first hour of the game.
Usman Khawaja wears full sweater only.
Let us tell you that Usman Khawaja has not come down wearing a full length sweater for the first time. This player always plays wearing full sweater only. In summer, Usman plays wearing a full jersey. But Langer believes that Khawaja’s body did not move that fast with a full sweater and as a result he could not even open the account.
Justin Langer doing commentary
Let us tell you that Justin Langer has contributed a lot in making the Australian team. After the ball-tampering scandal, when Smith and Warner were banned, Langer took over the coaching of this team and he set up the team afresh. Under his coaching, Australia also won the T20 World Cup for the first time, although after that his contract was not extended. Now Langer is doing commentary and can join any team as a coach in future.
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