Pakistan’s fast bowler Haris Rauf shows the batsmen the stars even during the day with his fiery balls. Haris’s bouncer troubles the batsmen a lot and the same was seen in the 29th of the T20 World Cup being played between Pakistan and Netherlands. The match is being played in Perth where a ball from Haris hit the helmet of Netherlands batsman Bass de Leede, after which blood started pouring down the batsman’s eye.
Blood came out from under the eye
Netherlands won the toss and decided to bat first, after which the team got its first blow in just the third over. After the dismissal of Stefan Myberg, Base de Leede came to the field to bat, but soon after Rauf came to get the sixth over of the innings. On the fifth ball of this over, he bowled a bouncer to Leide, which the batsman could not judge at all and the ball hit the helmet directly. Bass de Leide looked in pain.
Bass de Leede Retired Hurt
The batsman suffered a serious injury. He sat on the ground after hitting the ball with the helmet. After this the physio was called to the field, after which he advised the batsman to be taken out of the field after being retired hurt. His injury under his eye was caught on camera as he was leaving the Base de Leide ground.
Haris troubled by pace
Pakistan bowler Haris Rauf has been seen in good rhythm in the tournament. So far, he has taken three wickets in the T20 World Cup 2022 giving runs at an economy of just 5.50. Rauf’s form is a good sign for Pakistan, but the rest of the bowlers will have to support him.