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Sheffield Shield 2020-21: NSW captain Peter Neville apologizes to Mitchell Starc for refusing to score a century

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Peter Neville. (Photo by Mark Brake / Getty Image)

8th match of Sheffield Shield season in progress Australia There was discussion between New South Wales and Tasmania for the last few days. First it was the NSW team’s dismissal for just 64 runs in the first innings which led to some figures going against them and then in the second innings it was the announcement of their captain Peter Neville that denied Mitchell Starc a century well.

For the dissidents, NSW displayed superb batting in its second essay. They were trailing by 175 runs, but centuries from Nick Larkin, Moises Henriques and Sean Abbott trailed them 522/6. Neville decided to declare the innings soon after Abbott reached his ton, but Mitchell Starc was unbeaten on 86 at the other end.

These two together added 189 * runs for the seventh wicket and Stark looked quite eager to reach a score of three. But the announcement led the left-arm pacer to his captain and fuming Video of him throwing his bat in anger Also surfaced. The captain of the NSW, Neville, has now apologized to him and said that it was important for his team to bowl in opposition before the stumps.

Peter Neville also believed that Mitchell Starc was disappointed as he was batting well in the middle. “We’ve chatted about it a bit. I also apologized to them, I love them for getting that milestone, but the most important thing was that we were putting a crack on them for 45 minutes or whatever it was last night. The task has become so easy today to take two main wickets last night.

“He is obviously disappointed because he was batting really well and was close to scoring a century. Neville said after the match, according to ESPNcricinfo,” If he keeps batting like this, there will be another chance for him.

NSW won the match by 145 runs

As far as the match is concerned, NSW sensationally won the match by 145 runs, terming it as one of the great comebacks. He was dismissed for just 64 runs and then won by a big margin. After declaring a second innings at 522, Tasmania needed 348 runs to win. But he was able to score only 202 with Stark taking three wickets.