The cricketing world witnessed an interesting scene when umpire Greg Davidson’s hilarious manner started to ring in the Big Bash League season 9 match between Melbourne Renegades and Adelaide Strikers.
Leg-spinner Rashid Khan’s appeal was lifted and the umpire started to raise his finger but he went on to scratched his nose and the appeal stopped. The players didn’t realize and started to think that it has been given out.
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) December 29, 2019
Greg’s action shocked everyone and the players and commentators couldn’t stop laughing at him.
“It’s the right decision,” said Adelaide strikers batsman Cameron White, who was on the mic.
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“I’d much prefer that than the wrong decision, I think he initially thought it was out, but he realized that it was an inside edge on it.
“The old itchy nose, what a classic! At least he got it right, I guess.” White added.