When a bizarre release was handed out at the second ODI between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh on Sunday, Brendan Taylor fell to Zimbabwe when he ended up practicing a shot after hitting the wrong trunk with his bat. The incident took place on the 25th of Zimbabwe’s entry with Taylor trying to cut off a delivery of the Bangladeshi pacer Shoriful Islam. After the ball passed his bat, Taylor folded the shot from the wrinkle and shook the bat back, throwing a guarantee in the process.
– Santokie (@ Santokie89) July 18, 2021
The field umpires gave the decision to the third umpire, and Taylor gave the wicket.
However, some fans and experts said the laws of the game were about playing the wicket and felt that Taylor should not give up.
The ICC Men ODI Game of Play Terms 35.1 “Out Hit Wicket” clause is as follows
35.1.1 The striker is away from the wicket if, after the ball enters the delivery step and the ball is in play, he places his wick on the striker’s bat or person as described in Laws 126.96.36.199 and 29.1. .1.4 (Wicket placed) in one of the following situations:
188.8.131.52 in actions taken in preparation for receipt or delivery,
184.108.40.206 As soon as the first ball is played or played, the first race begins.
220.127.116.11 If no attempt is made to play the ball at the start of the first run, if, in the opinion of the referee, the striker has the opportunity to play the ball immediately
18.104.22.168 in law, for the purpose of safeguarding his wicking in the event of a second or other blow in accordance with the provisions of Law 34.3 (when the ball is legally struck more than once).
35.1.2 If the striker places his vessel in any of the ways described in Laws 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199, before entering the step of delivering the ball, a referee shall call and indicate the Dead Ball. “
In addition, clause 35.2 of the “Not Out Hit Wicket” states that the striker shall not be placed under this clause in any of the ways referred to in clause 35.1 if any of the following applies:
– This happens after the action has been taken by the striker upon receipt of the shipment, except in clauses 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206.
– occurs when the striker is running, in addition to immediately starting the first race.
– occurs when the striker tries to avoid exhaustion or stumble.
– Occurs when the striker is trying to avoid a shot at any time.
– The ball does not give the ball after entering the delivery step. In that case an arbitrator will call immediately
and point to the Dead ball. See Clause 20.4 (Referees Calling and Pointing to a Dead Ball).
– delivery is not the ball
Mpumelelo Mbangwa was one of those who thought the former Zimbabwean fast ball was not Taylor away.
– Mpumelelo Mbangwa (@mmbangwa) July 18, 2021
“Technically it’s not out there; if you take out the bond while you’re making the shot and the ball is nowhere in the picture. The referees should remind you,” a Twitter user said.
Technically not away; it is played only if you expel the bond while you are making the shot and the ball is nowhere in the picture. Referees should be reminded.
– Thomas Sutcliffe (@aspitweets) July 18, 2021
Wrong call from Ump, not out
– Gulu Ezekiel (@ gulu1959) July 18, 2021
It’s a dead ball, isn’t it?
– PaulT (@ P67037) July 18, 2021
Zimbabwe was limited to 240 overs of 50 overs designated for 9.
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