Watch: Umpire Aleem Dar Gets Dangerously Hit On His Head In T10 League

Aleem Dar

The Abu Dhabi T10 League is happening at the moment. While the fans are getting to witness entertaining cricket, there was a scary incident in a recent game. Popular umpire Aleem Dar got hit on his head on the field. The video of the same is now going viral. In this article, we take a look at the video in which Umpire Aleem Dar gets dangerously hit on the head in the ongoing T10 League.


Umpire Aleem Dar takes a hit on the head

The match between Chennai Braves and Northern Warriors on November 24 was an incredibly entertaining game of cricket. Kennar Lewis and Moeen Ali put on a stunning show to post an unbelievable score. However, in the same encounter in the sixth over, there was a bitter moment that the fans had to fitness.

A ball thrown by an outfielder hit the head of Aleem Dar on the back of his head. He looked in discomfort and had to be attended by the physio of Northern Warriors. Aleem Dar was subjected to a few concussion tests on the field and he was later passed fit to carry on. In fact, on Friday, he operated as a third umpire in the game. The video of the same has now appeared on social media:


T10 league tournament is happening at the moment

While many saw T20 as the most entertaining format of the game, the T10 format is slowly gaining popularity. The T10 league is seeing an increase in viewership, and it might not be a surprise if, in a few years, we see a few popular boards endorse it. The only downside of the tournament is that the batters are at an advantage. If there can be a change that can assist the bowlers, the T10 format can become even more popular.

Meanwhile, it is high time that the bowlers and the umpires get to wear protective equipment on the field. This will stop any untoward incident in future. Since batsmen usually strike the ball with a lot of power, it could be risky for the outfielders.


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