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[Watch] Shamar Joseph Leaves Green, Head In Disbelief With Sensational Spell At The Gabba

image-lrx2h6zpShamar Joseph (X.com)

West Indies' newly discovered fast bowling sensation, Shamar Joseph is scripting a historic debut journey in Australia as he dismissed Cameron Green and Travis Head in two back-to-back deliveries, thus putting Australia's chase in jeopardy.

Australia vs. West Indies' ongoing pink ball Test in Gabba took a shocking turn when the visitors showed the utmost grit and determination to set up a 226-run target for the hosts. Kirk McKenzie and Alick Athanaze contributed with 35 odd runs to stay alive in the Test match.

In response, while Usman Khawaja stood his ground, the early wickets of Steve Smith and Marnus Labuchagne put pressure on Australia. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the West Indies sensed an opening, and the skipper Kraigg Brathwaite summoned his trump card, Shamar Joseph, from one end in search of a golden wicket.

Meanwhile, Shamar Joseph, who has been sensational in his debut tour, fed on the momentum and removed Cameron Green with a well-executed, good-length delivery. While Green went for defense, the uneven bounce took him by surprise. He ended up getting a thin inside edge, which crashed into the stumps, thus ending Green's short stay at the crease.

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That being said, while West Indies had their breakthrough, Shamar Joseph was up for something special. On the very next delivery, Joseph executed a perfect yorker-length delivery to dismiss Travis Head. The batter's expression reflected how he did not expect a deadly yorker at this stage of the game. Head couldn't move, and the ball crashed into the stumps.

With that, West Indies has two crucial wickets out of nowhere, and the chase of 226 runs has suddenly become an uphill task for Australia. On the other hand, West Indies are pumped to script history in Gabba, and Shamar Joseph is doing everything in his power to lead his team through.