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Dramatic Scene: Mitchell Marsh Wicket is denied by No-Ball. Receives Last Laugh

<p>Mitchell Marsh, an all-rounder for Australia, was disappointed after he mishandled a ball on the first day of the third Test match between Australia and Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Steve Smith made the catch at second slip after Marsh forced Pakistani skipper Shan Masood to give him an inside edge. Marsh and the Australian players began to celebrate merrily, but the umpire signaled a no-ball.</p>
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<p>Marsh had a wry smirk on his face and seemed dissatisfied. The all-rounder, however, had the final laugh when he defeated Masood ten balls later.</p>
<p>Masood received a heavy edge, and Smith once again made a simple catch. On social media, the video has suddenly become quite popular.</p>
<p>Shan Masood was removed by Mitch Marsh, but it was a no-ball!</p>
<p>But ten balls later, he succeeded once again! #AUSvPAK</p>
<p>@cricketcomau, 3 January 2024<br />
Earlier on Wednesday at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in the third Test match between Australia and Pakistan, captain Masood of Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat under bright skies.</p>
<p>In addition to being the 112th and last Test for Australia’s opening batsman David Warner, it will be played at the historic SCG.</p>
<p>But Australia got off to a fast start as they bowled out debutant Saim Ayub and Abdullah Shafique in the opening two overs by Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood. Neither was able to access their account.</p>
<p>After Babar Azam produced three brilliant cover drives to the ropes, Pakistan stumbled to four for two and seemed to be consolidating, but he was dismissed for 26 after the first hour of drinking.</p>
<p>The umpire rejected Cummins’ vehement plea for lbw, but he filed a review and won the decision he was after, leaving the visitors reeling at 39 for three.</p>
<p>After taking a hard knock to the collarbone from a Cummins lifter, Saud Shakeel poked a catch behind to Carey for five in the Australian captain’s subsequent over, putting his side deeper in the mud at 47 for 4.</p>
<p>Despite being nine wickets down, Pakistan managed to surpass the 250-run barrier in the last session with two half-centuries from Salman Ali Agha and Muhammad Rizwan.</p>
<p>Australia won the second Test in Melbourne over Christmas by a close margin of 79 runs, sealing the three-match series.</p>

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