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Sheffield Shield: Watch James Pattinson hurts Daniel Hughes with a needles bullet throw


Sheffield Shield: New South Wales are currently taking on Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Moreover, the game is set for a thrilling end as the NSW batsman are currently chasing a target of 422.

However, the NSW team has not looked like a team from the past. They have been a quality side historically in the Australian domestic circuit and the Sheffield Shield tournament. But the team is massively struggling.

But James Pattinson has been in brilliant rhythm this season for Victoria. The Australian international is making his comeback into the cricketing arena after years of struggle with fitness. Moreover, he has been very unfortunate with the injuries.

James Pattinson suffered multiple injuries in 2013 and it has been so ever since then. Whenever the star fast bowler would plan a comeback, he would have another injury. But the quickie has been working hard towards his fitness.

He has been doing so for quite a few years. And the lockdown has helped him as the star was constantly working on himself. However, James Pattinson recently retired from international cricket just before the beginning of the Ashes series.

Moreover, his announcement was a shock wave for everyone. But he made his plans clear. James Pattinson is set to play County cricket in England very soon. And he is also constantly involved in the Sheffield tournament for now.

A unique incident arrived during the test match as James Pattinson was bowling to Daniel Hughes. However, the bowler did something that was utterly not needed. He threw the ball towards the batsman and it hurt his ankle very bad.

It was a needless throw from James Pattinson to Daniel Hughes. And the batsman was looking in a great amount of pain. Moreover, Daniel Hughes threw his helmet in frustration. James Pattinson then went towards him to put up a half-hearted apology. The Australian cricket Board might fine him for this incident.

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