ENG vs NZ: Shane Warne seen advertising hair in the middle of the match, broadcasters on the backfoot after being reprimanded

On March 4 this year, Australia’s legendary bowler Shane Warne died in Thailand.

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Australian legend Shane Warne said goodbye to the world in March this year. Fans still could not forget him. At the same time, during the third Test match being played between England and New Zealand, the broadcasters made the fans very sad by showing Shane Warne’s advertisement.

cricket fans england and new zealand (England vs New Zealand) During the third test match being played between Shane Warne They are very angry on being shown the advertisement and they are also telling the broadcasters fiercely on social media. In fact, during the match, the broadcasters showed a video of Warne, who had said goodbye to the world, in which he is seen promoting Hair Studio. After showing this video, broadcasters came under the target of fans. After being heavily trolled, this ad has now been removed from Sky’s programming.

Badly trapped broadcasters showing Warne’s ad

Fans did not feel well when the ad appeared on TV screens during the break of Sky Sports’ coverage on the second day of the third Test between England and New Zealand at Headingley. Some fans were surprised by this incident.

On March 4 this year, Australia’s legendary bowler Shane Warne died in Thailand. Warne had suffered a heart attack in his hotel room. He was also given a tribute during the England vs New Zealand series. During New Zealand’s innings on the first day of the Lord’s Test, the match was stopped for 23 seconds after 23 overs.

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Bairstow on the crease

While talking about the third Test being played between the two in Leeds, New Zealand, batting first, scored 329 runs in the first innings. Daryl Mitchell played a brilliant innings of 109 runs. While Tom Blundell scored 55 runs. Jack Leach took 5 wickets for 100 runs. On the other hand, England have lost 6 wickets for 264 runs in their first innings. Jonny Bairstow is unbeaten on 130

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