Mitchell Starc has been in some great form lately. The Australian speedster is giving a tough time to Pakistan’s batsmen in the ongoing Test series. Mitchell picked up seven wickets, in the opening Test at The Gabba in Brisbane itself. His mesmerizing spell helped his team win the game by an innings and five runs.
Well, because of inconsistency, Mitchell was not able to play all the games in the Ashes. But he has now found his rhythm and is giving his very best. After shining in the opening test, Starc is now making the pink-ball talk in the Day-Night Test at the Adelaide Oval.
In the ongoing match at Adelaide Oval, Mitchell looked in ominous form in the first innings as he opened his account by sending Imam-ul-Haq, back to the pavilion. And by the end of the second day, Star had picked up four wickets. He continued to mesmerize the audience with his spell as he took the biggest wicket of Babar Azam and crushed his dream of the third test ton. Babaz Azam fell short of just 3 runs.
In the second innings, Starc dismissed Azhar Ali and brought his team to a strong position. By the end of day three, Pakistan is trailing by 248 runs with seven wickets left in the second innings.
Starc is in some great form and as he has already sent almost all the in-form batsmen back to the pavilion, he will be looking forward to unfolding more mayhem in the Pakistan camp.
Mitchell loves fast bowling and he never shies to express his emotions and that’s the two things that we love about him. Amidst all the applause and cheers, fans spotted a motivational yet hilarious message written on his wrist band, that shows his desire to fast bowl. The message on his wrist band read:
“F It, Bowl Fast”
Here, check out the image:
“F it bowl faster” — Mitchell Starc’s wristband.
— Patrick Avenelllllllllll (@Patrickavenell) December 1, 2019
Australian fast-bowler Mitchell Starc wrote “F*** it, bowl fast” on his wristband to inspire himself during the third T20I against Pakistan in Perth. He returned with figures of 2-29#AUSvPAK #Cricket
— Raza Haidery (@razahaidery90) November 9, 2019