Watch: Brilliant final delivery between South Australia and Western Australia goes viral


The first-class game between South Australia and Western Australia ended in a draw. The Australian stars who are not in the limited-overs squad, are currently playing in the ongoing Sheffield Shield Trophy. 

The game between the two strong domestic sides ended up in a draw. South Australia was really close to winning and they needed just a wicket to win the game. But, the luck did not go in favour of them and they could just draw the game. 

South Australia posted a mammoth total of 510 on the board in their first inning with the help of 109 from Henry Hunt and 223 from the skipper, Travis Head. In reply, Cameron Bancroft's 126 and Cameron Green's 168 helped their team to back on track. But, they decided to declare the innings when they were just 409 runs with five wickets in hand. 

During the second innings of South Australia, Alex Carey and Harry Neilson took the responsibility after losing their top order cheaply. They posted a target of 332 to Western Australia. 

While chasing the huge total on the last day, they had no answers to the South Australia bowlers and went on to lose the wickets regularly. With the wickets were falling on one end, they decided to draw the game.

However, the interesting this was the South Australian team just needed 1 wicket on the last ball of the day to win the game. The right-arm pacer, Chadd Sayers produced a chance on the last ball but the ball landed just before the silly point. 

The fielding could not believe this and they produced some exciting moment for the fans. The video of the incident has gone viral and doing rounds on social media. 

Watch the video here: