Stuart Broad angered by roving cameras on Day 2 in Hobart, Twitterati advises him to ‘talk’ to original mic

Veteran England fast bowler Stuart Broad was clearly frustrated with the roving cameras in action as he struggled on Day 2 of the finals Ash Experiment in Hobart.

In Australia’s 63rd round, Broad faced Mitchell Starc. However, just before releasing his delivery, he pulled out and shouted:

“Stop moving robot” (refers to mobile camera). shared a video of the incident on their official Twitter with the cheeky caption, which reads:

“So you’re not a fan of the @FoxCricket rover?”

Twitter reacts to Stuart Broad’s angry antics

There were some interesting reactions to Broad’s antics on Day 2 in Hobart. Few led to the DRS controversy featuring Indian captain Virat Kohli and advising the British fast bowler to speak to the original mic.

Here are some tweets regarding the Broad incident:

@cricketcomau @FoxCricket The first time I saw the pitcher pull away because something was moving behind the hitter 🤣 this is spoilt.

@cricketcomau @FoxCricket Commentators are getting insight from players using that.. They can’t speak for themselves.. Shane Warne is busy suggesting ICC rules to change.

@cricketcomau @FoxCricket This, the Board of Directors has the right to complain.

Stuart Broad scored three goals in Australia’s first half

Broad didn’t win in the first hour of Day 2 in Hobart, but Mark Wood and Chris Woakes tasted success as Australia lost three before the first break.

Starc made a short from Wood to square foot for 3. Australian captain Pat Cummins (2) died in a similar fashion while Alex Carey (24 years old) was bowled by Woakes.

Broad beat Nathan Lyon 31 to end Australia’s innings 303. Wood finished 3 to 115 and Woakes 2 to 64.

The home side resumed their play on 241 with a score of 6. Broad sacked Usman Khawaja (6) and Marnus Labuschagne (44) on Day 1 of the Hobart Test after England invited the Aussies to hit. At one stage, the home team collapsed to 12 with 3. However, Travis Head (101) and Cameron Green (74) lifted them by a century standing.

Australia beat the Ashes after winning 3-0 in a five-match series. Stuart Broad angered by roving cameras on Day 2 in Hobart, Twitterati advises him to ‘talk’ to original mic

Aila Slisco

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