There was a time when people used to go for holidays in European countries due to good weather. But the situation that is going on in Europe at this time due to the heat, Matthew Potts had to leave the field, it has not been seen for years. A glimpse of this was also seen in the first ODI between England and South Africa played in Chester Le Street, when all the players were seen suffering from the heat and a swashbuckling bowler had to leave the field too.

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During this first ODI match played in Durham, the effect of the ‘heat wave’ released in England was clearly visible. Players were seen repeatedly looking for ice-packs or water bottles and everyone’s faces were telling what the situation was. In many cities of England, the temperature has crossed 40 degrees. While the temperature in the venue of the match reached 37 degrees.

Matthew Potts got worst

Despite it being a day-night match, fans and players were seen struggling with the heat. Matthew Potts , who made his ODI debut for England on Tuesday. Got the worst of the condition, who was so badly affected by the heat that he had to leave the field. After bowling four overs and he did not even return.

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In this ODI match, South Africa defeated hosts England by 62 runs. In the match, Rasi van der Dussen became the star for South Africa. Who played a brilliant innings of 134 runs and D.Africa gave England a huge target of 334 runs. And reply, the English team was reduced to 271 runs.