Interestingly, a 7-year-old boy named Archie Schiller has been included in the Melbourne Test against India in the Australian squad as a 15th player.
He was a spinner who was already participated in the training match with India before the Adelaide Test. In the 3rd Test match, Archie Schiller was reported as a 15th player.
He said his goal was to take the wicket of Virat Kohli when the Australian team announced this information last October. As far as the impact on heart surgery 13 times the lifespan may be of any level.
The Australian cricket select committee, who understood the boy's love in the cricket game, has also appointed him as co-captain in the Melbourne Test.