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AUS vs IRE Mitchell Marsh’s fierce air fire, know how far the ball fell

In Delhi. Australia and Ireland are playing in a T20 World Cup 2022 match in Brisbane. In this game, Ireland chose to bowl first after winning the toss. Australia got off to a rough start. David Warner, the opener, went out in the third over. In seven balls, he managed just 3 runs. Following his dismissal, Australia’s innings was taken up by the captain Aaron Finch and Mitchell Marsh, who entered the batting order at number three. 52 runs were scored together as a pair for the second wicket.

In the beginning, when Finch adopted an aggressive stance, Marsh seized the lead following the powerplay and hit two overhead shots in the seventh over. This was being bowled over from Ireland by Fionne Hund. Marsh blasted an overhead shot on the third ball of his over, causing the ball to fall directly 102 metres away. This hand’s ball was completely filled.

Marsh made the most of this by playing an overhead shot similar to midwicket. His shot was so powerful that it left the ball at the back of multiple stands.

Marsh smacked another six on the sixth ball of the same over. The ball dropped from 86 metres away this time. Marsh’s six was the fourth six in this competition to travel more than 100 metres.

During Sunday’s game between South Africa and India in Perth, David Miller struck a six that was 104 metres long. In opposition to New Zealand in Sydney, Australian skipper Finch smashed a six that was 102 metres long. Marcus Stoinis also hit a six against Sri Lanka that was 101 metres long.

Stoinis also smashed a 98-meter long six against Sri Lanka during the same game. Australia has three batters who have struck the longest sixes throughout this World Cup. Marsh got off to a strong start but was eventually out after scoring 28 runs in 22 balls.

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