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Twitter reacts as ball hitting the stumps failing to dislodge bails


Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Saifuddin was lucky enough against England while he was batting as the bails did not fall despite hitting the stumps in delivery from Ben Stokes. A similar incident happened today during the match between Australia and India. This time the lucky batsman was David Warner. [বাংলায় পড়ুন: সাইফউদ্দিনের মতই ‘ভাগ্যবান’ ওয়ার্নার]

Twitter reacts as ball hitting the stumps and bails not falling

This is the fifth time such a thing happened in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup. It happened first time during England vs South Africa match. Then again happened at Cardiff when New Zealand faced Sri Lanka. The third time such a disappointing thing happened for a bowler during Australia vs Windies match when Chris Gayle was lucky enough to be not out despite ball hitting the stumps.

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No.Bowler BatsmanVenue
1Adil RashidQuinton de KockOvall
2Trent BoultDimuth KarunaratneCardiff
3Mitchell StarcChris GayleNottingham
4Ben StokesMohammad SaifuddinCardiff
5Jasprit BumrahDavid WarnerOvall

 

Meanwhile, cricketers and cricket fans took it to Twitter to express disappointment over the issue. Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhter termed such thing as ‘insane’. New Zealand all-rounder has come up with a solution in his tweet.

Let’s look at a few tweets:

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