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Watch: Daryl Mitchell’s six broke the spectator’s beer glass, Rahul Dravid has also done this

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Eng vs NZ 2nd Test: An interesting incident happened on the first day of the Test match being played between England and New Zealand (Eng vs NZ) in Nottingham. Here a shot from New Zealand all-rounder Daryl Mitchell ruined a spectator’s entire beer. Actually, in the 56th over of New Zealand’s innings, Mitchell hit a six which went straight into the beer glass of the spectator. This six of Mitchell broke the beer glass of the spectator and spoiled the whole beer. The England Cricket Board has shared this view on social media.

ECB has shared this video with the caption ‘Please give a new drink’. It is seen in this video that Mitchell goes ahead and hits a six at long on on the ball of English bowler Jack Leach and the ball goes straight to the beer glass of the spectator sitting in the stadium. Fielder Matthew Potts standing on the boundary is also seen pointing to the ball falling into the beer glass after this.

The group ‘Barmy Army’, which supports the England cricket team, told after the match that the beer of a cricket fan named Susan was ruined by Mitchell’s six. Later, the New Zealand cricket team provided another beer glass to this fan.

Rahul Dravid has also broken the beer glass of the fan
Former India player Rahul Dravid, popularly known as ‘The Wall’, has also once wasted the fan’s beer. During the match against England in the year 2007, Rahul Dravid hit a flat six during his scorching innings of 92 runs off 63 balls. A spectator’s beer glass was broken by this six. India won this match by 9 runs.

New Zealand’s name on the first day of the second test
The New Zealand team, who lost the first Test, made a strong start against England in the second Test. Kiwi team scored 318 runs losing 4 wickets on the first day. All New Zealand’s top and middle order batsmen contributed to the team’s score. Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell, who batted brilliantly in the first Test, are also seen in rhythm in this match. Mitchell is standing on the crease after scoring 81 runs and Tom 67 runs.

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