Australia-India cricket match literally so hot you could fry an egg

Wednesday December 17th, 2014


India and Australia are locked in a multi-day international cricket match, with the players doing their best to work through some brutal summer heat.

In fact temperatures got so high that sideline reporter Yvonne Sampson put the expression "so hot you can fry and egg" to the test, and it turned it out it was indeed that hot.

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The egg white almost immediately sets in the 100-degree plus heat, so you can assume the teams are not having a great time standing in the sun for over six hours.

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