Not again! England pitch invader Daniel Jarvis gets onto the ground for third straight Test against India

Daniel Jarvis had Indian gamers in hysterics when he ran out to the Lords pitch final month carrying an Indian cricket outfit, and his second pitch invasion drew a number of chuckles.

But his resolution to storm the discipline for the third straight Test and make contact with English batsman Jonny Bairstow has drawn the ire of cricket followers round the world.

Jarvis, who has the identify Jarvo69 embroided on his shirt, first made a reputation for himself when he made his solution to center of the ground throughout the Test match between England and India at Lord’s.

Pitch invader ‘Jarvo 69’ runs across the pitch and bowls.
Camera IconPitch invader ‘Jarvo 69’ runs throughout the pitch and bowls. Credit: Adam Davy/PA

He adopted up these antics by heading out to bat at Headingley once more wearing his Indian cricket whites as the crowd waited for Virat Kohli to look.

On Friday he overtly ran out onto The Oval and tried to bowl earlier than colliding with Bairstow.

For the third time this sequence, Jarvo was escorted from the discipline.

Serious questions are actually being raised as to England cricket ground safety, with stories Jarvis was set to be banned for life after his second invasion.

English county Yorkshire has banned him from coming into the Headingley Stadium for life. But how he was in a position to get into The Oval is now the query.

England’s Jonny Bairstow wasn’t pleased with the treatment from the pitch invader.
Camera IconEngland’s Jonny Bairstow wasn’t happy with the remedy from the pitch invader. Credit: Adam Davy/PA

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