Michael Hussy hit the roof of the stadium with the cricket ball. That match was being played in the stadium that was covered with the roof in Australia. Nobody had thought that anyone can hit the roof of the stadium but the batsman of Australia hit that quite high that it touched the roof and fell down within the boundaries. Chris Gayle was fielding at the boundary who was laughing.
Michael Hussy smashed the cricket ball that was pitched up under his bat. He had grip of bottom hand so the cricket ball was hit towards the sky. The cricket stadium was built as a closed one. The left hander smashed the ball like Shahid Afridi when he hit the roof of the stadium with the cricket ball in England. Shahid Afridi got 12 runs for hitting the roof of the cricket stadium with the cricket ball.
That was the rule in England when the match was played in closed cricket stadium. The batsman had to be given 12 runs for hitting that high. Same sort of shot was played her in Australia when the left hander of Australia hit the roof of the stadium with the cricket ball. The umpire called it a dead ball leaving the left hander with amazement.
Michael Hussy inquired the umpire about the huge hit but he said that any cricket ball that hit the roof of the cricket stadium was supposed to be called dead ball. Chris Gayle was positioned at the boundary where the cricket ball fell on the ground before the boundary line. He started to laugh about the left hander being so pathetic.
Hit of Michael Hussy reminded the shot of Shahid Afridi who got the twelve runs for that while the left hander of Australia did not get any run at all. The umpire was from Pakistan who called it a dead ball. The poor left hander of Australia felt for the right hander of Pakistan who got maximum runs for hitting cricket ball to the roof.