Stuart Broad was heard shouting “stop moving the robot” after a Fox Sport robotic camera forced him to stop the run.
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The TV presenter used a moving camera at the border as part of their coverage and Broad was angry because she kept moving while running into the bowl.
In a direct message to the broadcaster, it was heard that Broad said “Stop moving the robot!” on the stump a microphone.
Responding to Broad’s comment, Fox commentator Michael Vaughan said, “I have a ridiculous feeling that Foxy Rover is in trouble!”
“Come to the naughty corner of Foxy,” joked Vaughan’s fellow commentator Shane Warne. “Go and stand in the corner for a while.”
Fans were quick to respond to the incident on social media and joked, “Stuart Broad, who screams at a robot for moving, has serious Terminator 5 vibes.”
“Broad vs Fox Robot Camera in Mortal Kombat is a match I would watch,” joked another.
“Stuart Broad has a moment Virat Kohli with that address to Fox TV director:‘ STOP MOVE THE ROBOT! ’,” The third wrote.
Broad eventually got 3-59 in Australia the first substitutes to receive the gates of Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne and Nathan Lyon.
The 35-year-old was the bowlers ’pick for England as he, in partnership with Ollie Robinson, started brilliantly with a new ball and remained the most frugal in all substitutions.
After slipping 12-3 on the first day, Australia recovered and reached 303 when England finally ruled them out on the second day.
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Travis Head was the star of the host show, which made a remarkable century back on the sidelines after being positive on Covid.
He was backed by a significant 74 from Cameron Green and a useful 44 from Labuschagen before Lyon’s cameo 31 brought Australia across the 300 mark.
In response, England began in a nightmare when recall Rory Burns ran out for a duck and starting partner Zak Crawley was caught short-legged for 18.
Crawley’s resignation left England 29-2 and faced all the known setbacks in the first inning.