Famous English commentator and former England player Isa Guha are once again in a limelight. She is currently commentating on BBL11. In the ongoing match between Melbourne stars versus Sydney sixes, the commentator panel includes Adam Gilchrist, Isa Guha, another English commentator.
Nowadays commentators are full of sarcasm and Isa Guha is a Picasso of it. English commentator is explaining the art of carrom ball to Esha Gupta and Adam Gilchrist. He is explaining to them the signs of a good carrom ball. Where he said, “Spin bowling coaching clinics where the head coach has said, y’all know… You just show me your bowling hand. The guy or kid with longest middle finger was identified as a potential carrom-bowler.” Just after the commentator ends up with his view, suddenly Isa Guha comments on it. She suddenly said, “how big is yours?” This creates huge havoc of laughter in comments re panel, and also the background staff.
Adam Gilchrist Esha Guha and the English commentator couldn’t stop their laughter and we can also witness the support staff who is also out of their control after Isha’s statement. She clearly targeted the size of his middle finger, but his execution of asking the question took her on the wrong side.
Quick view on Isa Guha’s cricketing career
Isa Guha, Who is born in Buckinghamshire England is a reputed fast bowler in the English team. For 10 long years from 2001-2011, she represents the national side of England. Isa is a right-arm medium-fast bowler and a right-hand batsman. She hails her ancestral roots from India as she hails from a Bengali family.
She represents England in all three formats of the game. In test matches, she took 28 wickets. She has an impressive and international career in which she played 83 matches and 2101 wickets. In 22 T20I matches, she took 18 wickets. Currently, she is 35 years old but still dominating in Commentary failed and also worked as an expert in various panels.
Match review, Melbourne versus Sydney thunders, BBL 11 match 10
Apart from Isha Guha’s comment, this match is also known for the Sydney sixers win over Melbourne Stars. Maxwell led Melbourne to open the batting but economical spells from Sydney thunders bowler stop them just on the score of 151 on the loss of 5 wickets. Tanveer Singh took two wickets after conceding 20 runs in just four overs.
Maxwell scores 40 runs Andre Russell finishes the game as he scores 42 of just 21 balls. Sydney thunders Chases the target comfortably as A Ross scores 77 runs to finish the match. Kaisa had tried his best to stop the opponent as he also took two wickets on conceding 17 runs in just four overs. Sydney today’s chasing the target in just 17.1 overs with six wickets in their hand. Andre Russell is the man of the match as he scores 42 of just 21 balls.