Australia’s cricket sport is hot in summer

Summer comes and it is the season of cricket in Australia. Australians play cricket during all picnics and outdoor dining, they play on the field, on the beach, on the road, in the park and even on the world’s top stadiums. Australian cricket players in large green caps dominate the television screens of Australians. Cricket unites all players and fans from all walks of life.

Not only Australians are obsessed with cricket from November to February, cricket lovers around the world are keen to watch the tournament in Australia, with matches between the Australian team and other leading teams in the world which takes place in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart and Perth. These matches include 3 to 5 days of antagonistic matches, single matches and twenty-two series (Twenty 20 series), meaning each team will play one round and throw 20 rounds. In a typical fighting match, the game starts at 10 am and ends at 6 pm. Single matches and two-and-twenty matches can start in the afternoon and end late in the evening.

Other countries also strong in cricket such as South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and England are Australia’s favorite rivals in the “Ashes” tournament. The love of the Australian people for this sport is evident on the field – the Australian cricket team takes the No. 1 spot in the opposition tournament and No. 2 in the singles tournament. Cricket has produced national heroes and brought the best sporting moments to this country.

Cricket has a great passion, fans of this sport have surpassed the earth to witness their hero with their own eyes. Groups of fans often organize and go together. They are united by the same goodwill and undying loyalty to their team. The British have a Barmy Army cheerleading team, and the Australian fans team is called Fanatics.

If you join your first cricket match, it is a “rundown”. Two cricket athletes stand in front of the three pillars at two sides. The player delivers the ball, the goal is to hit the ball as far as possible before being stopped by the stimulus. Once the ball has been hit, the athlete runs back and forth between the three pillars while the players run fast and rush to find the ball and throw it back to the three-keeper. The holder of the three pillars is responsible for hitting the pillar of the three pillars and finding a way for the referee to acknowledge that the pitcher is out.

In Australia, the school is the “sacred” field. The audience sits in positions on the world’s first-class stands and never risking a run on the pitch during the game. The stadiums are often large and mentioned around the table like old friends, like Gabba in Brisbane, Wacca in Perth, SCG in Sydney and the unrivaled MCG sports ground in Melbourne. In these majestic arenas, a “six-piece” ball, that is, a ball that doesn’t touch the ground and flies into the stands, is a truly brilliant blow. In a “4 taste”, the person blocking the ball runs around the yard and goes to the edge in an attempt to block the ball.