Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh may have sustained one of the most incredulous injuries in cricket. Playing for Western Australia, against Tasmania, Marsh made 53 runs before been caught and bowled to pacer Jackson Bird.
He had made 41 in the first innings, apart from picking up two wickets with the ball. The match ended in a draw, with WA scoring 337 & 383/9 and Tasmania making 397 in their only innings.
Meanwhile, frustrated at the mode of his dismissal, Marsh went onto hit the wall of the dressing room and in-process injured his right hand. The Western Australia cricket association has given an update on the injury saying that the timeline for recovery and extent of injury will be determined after further investigation.