Batter’s aerial fire hits the roof of the stadium, six or dead ball? Debate over umpire’s decision


Umpire’s decision sparks debate in Big Bash League match
Fans are also surprised by the rules of Big Bash League

New Delhi. Apart from cricket, the current season of Australia’s Big Bash League was also in headlines due to controversial decisions. Earlier this month, in the match played between Brisbane Heat and Sydney Sixers, there was a lot of controversy over Michael Neser’s catch at the boundary. After catching the catch, Neser tossed the ball in the air to balance and himself went across the boundary line. After this, Neser again jumped in the air while inside the boundary and threw the ball inside the ground and came in quickly to complete the catch. The umpire had termed this catch as correct.

Now another such incident has happened in the Big Bash League, when a debate broke out on social media on the umpire’s decision. Someone is saying that the umpire’s decision was correct. So someone is thinking differently from this decision.

After all, against which decision of the umpire is this debate going on. Know this first. There was a clash between Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League on Saturday. In this match, Stars batsman Joe Clarke collided with the roof of the Docklands ground. Actually, it is a closed roof stadium. The umpire’s decision on this surprised many people.

In this match, Melbourne Renegades batting first scored 162 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs. Chasing this, the opening pair of Joe Clarke and Thomas Rogers got the Melbourne Stars off to a good start. Clarke started showing his attitude from the third over itself. In this over, he played such a shot, which created a ruckus.

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