Ashes Series: Sachin Tendulkar suggests 'New Rule' in Cricket

Australia and England have cemented their position among cricket's uncertainties, among great players such as Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne.
Ashes Series: Sachin Tendulkar suggests 'New Rule' in Cricket

Ashes Series: Sachin Tendulkar suggests 'New Rule' in Cricket

This 'uncertainty' is usually linked to the match's ups and downs. Despite the uncertainty, there are a few certain things. The scattering of the bails as a result of the ball striking the wickets and the batsman being out, for example. However, an occurrence during the Sydney Test of the Ashes series (Ashes 2021) between Australia and England has cemented its position among cricket's uncertainties, among great players such as Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne.

Ben Stokes was the third England batter in the fourth Test, which was being held in Sydney. During this time, he released Australian fast bowler Cameron Green's delivery, but it struck the off-stump. Stokes, though, was not out despite being hit because the bails put over the stumps did not fall from their positions. The gills put on top of the wicket stayed immobile as if they were cemented in place. Stokes was pronounced not out, and he guided the side to victory by pitching a crucial inning that yielded 66 runs.

Warne also involved in the discussion

As soon as Sachin's tweet came, Warne also did not let go of the opportunity of a joke and in response said that there is a need for debate on this. Warne wrote, "Interesting and friend this can be debated. I will take it to the World Cricket Committee for discussion and then I will tell you. Never seen it like it happened today - Green's ball speed was 142 kilometres per hour and it hit the stumps very fast."

Sachin suggested a new rule

This astonishing and rare incident during the test match surprised everyone and the legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar jokingly understood a new rule. Tendulkar tagged former Australian leg-spin Warne on this and tweeted, "Should we introduce a rule of 'hitting the stumps' in which the ball hits the stumps but the bails do not fall? What do you think? Should be fair to the bowlers."Stokes took advantage of luck

Because the bails did not move, the on-field umpire requested a referral, and Stokes was pronounced 'not out' despite the ball touching the stumps. He pitched a crucial inning in which he drove in 66 runs. During his innings, Stokes and Jonny Bairstow had a 128-run fifth-wicket partnership and helped England get out of trouble, losing only four wickets for 36 runs.

Stokes took advantage of luck

Because the bails did not move, the on-field umpire requested a referral, and Stokes was pronounced 'not out' despite the ball touching the stumps. He pitched a crucial inning in which he drove in 66 runs. During his innings, Stokes and Jonny Bairstow had a 128-run fifth-wicket partnership and helped England get out of trouble, losing only four wickets for 36 runs.

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