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South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock misses stumping Australia's Shaun Marsh due to bee sting

With the second day of the fourth Test coming to a close in Johannesburg, South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock seemingly missed a prime chance to stump Australia batsman Shaun Marsh, who was on 15 at the time.

The floating last delivery of the 31st over from spinner Keshav Maharaj beat Marsh, who had come down the pitch, and slipped through de Kock's legs and down to third man for a bye.

Commentators Shane Warne and Mark Nicholas originally thought Marsh may have got an edge, leaving de Kock unable to react in time.

But the gloveman was clutching his upper arm.



The same eagle-eyed South African television camera operators who caught Cameron Bancroft ball-tampering during the third Test, showed it was in fact a bee which had stung de Kock on his left arm at the exact moment as the stumping opportunity.

The footage shows de Kock flicking away the bee through his gloves and trying to remove the sting.

News Source www.abc.net.au
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