New Delhi. The 24th match of the Big Bash League (BBL) took place between Sydney Thunder and Perth Scorchers. Something like this happened in this match, which is rarely seen on the cricket field. Actually, the fast bowlers of Perth Scorchers in the match Andrew Tye But bowling was banned only after throwing 3 balls of the over. After this, the remaining 3 balls of his over were bowled by Lance Morris. Ty bowled only 9 balls in the match.
After this decision, the players of the Scorchers reached the umpire and started arguing with him. Talks took place between the two sides for a long time, after which the dispute ended. It is also important to know what happened that the umpire did not allow Tye to complete his second over. Ty gave 26 runs in 9 balls.
Big Bash League (BBL 2021) In this Perth Scorchers bowler Andrew Tye came to bowl the 15th over of Sydney Thunder’s innings. Sam Billings hit 2 fours on his first 2 balls. But on the third ball, Tye dismissed Billings. After this Alex Ross came to bat. The fourth ball of the tie was a high full-toss. Which was above Ross’s waist. Ross somehow played this ball towards mid-on. The umpire called it a no-ball. Ty bowls the next ball wide. After this he again threw the beamer to Ross. This ball was also above the waist. However, Ross hit a four on this. But the umpire also called it a no-ball.
Ty was stopped from bowling after throwing 2 beamers
Both these balls were considered dangerous for the batsman by the umpire and Tye was stopped from bowling further in the match. After this, Morris bowled the remaining 3 balls of the tie. According to the rules of the Big Bash League, if any bowler bowls two such dangerous balls in the same match, then the umpire has the right to ask the captain to remove the bowler. Under this rule, the tie was stopped from bowling.
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Ty played a brilliant innings of 44 runs.
Not only did he suffer for this mistake of Ty, as well as his team also took the brunt of it. Batting first, Sydney Thunder made a score of 200 runs in 20 overs and it was heavy on the Perth Scorchers. Because chasing this target for victory, Ty’s team could only score 166 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets and lost the match by 34 runs.
However, Ty took the effort of bowling in batting. He scored 44 runs in 25 balls hitting 3 fours and as many sixes. But this innings of his also could not avoid the defeat of the team.