Might Cost A World Cup: Fans Call For Cricket Rule Change

IPL 2020: the ICC was called to make a modification to a rule after Mumbai Indians were restricted a run in a match. It was the boundary-hitting West Indian batsman Kieron Pollard who was at the crease and made a whopping 47 runs off 20 balls. 

It was during Mumbai’s previous match against Kings XI Punjab when the viewers noticed that Kieron had his single run restricted during a DRS review. Mohammad Shami who was bowling the 17th over of the match appealed for an LBW against Pollard. 

Pollard on the other hand challenged back to the appeal made by Md Shami. Fans were surprised when Pollard’s challenge was ultimately successful as the replay showed Pollard got an inside edge on the ball. 

Might Cost A World Cup: Fans Call For Cricket Rule Change
Might Cost A World Cup: Fans Call For Cricket Rule Change

Well, while the chaos was happening Pollard ran a single. However, despite not given a not out, ICC deemed that the ball was a dead one because the umpire had awarded a decision.

ICC To Change Cricket Rule?

Aakash Chopra who is a former Indian cricketer has asked ICC to change the rule. He has also asked the respected umpires to close the decisions at the end of the play. Chopra said even a single run could cost a World Cup. 

Have a look at what Aakash Chopra posted on his twitter handle: There are fans included who want the same from ICC to change the rule. Here are some:  What do you guys think about this? Let us know about it. Was it fair or was it not?

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