Michael Neser’s catch on which created a ruckus, know what the MCC rules say on it


Michael Neser took a sensational catch in the Big Bash League
Questions are being raised on the umpire’s decision to give out the batter

new Delhi. Brisbane Heat player Michael Neser took a sensational catch in the Big Bash League match against Sydney Sixers. On the basis of this catch, Brisbane defeated Sydney by 15 runs. There has been a ruckus on this catch of Michael Neser for the past several hours. The fans feel that this catch was not taken properly and the umpire gave the batsman out wrongly. Let us know what the rule of Marylebone Cricket Club says in this matter. Actually, cricket is played according to the rules made by MCC.

Batting first in the match, Brisbane Heat scored 224 runs. In response, batter Jordan Silk scored 41 off 23 balls to bring Sydney Sixers closer to victory. Then Michael Neser took a wonderful catch and got Jordan out. In the last, Sydney lost the match by 15 runs. When Neser caught Jordan’s catch, he was close to the boundary line. To create balance, he tossed the ball in the air and went out of the boundary. After that, after bouncing again outside the boundary line, he tossed the ball in the air and caught it coming inside the rope. Talking to Channel-7 after the match, Michael Neser said, Matt Renshaw had taken such a catch some time back. However, I was not clear about the rule. Thankfully I took the right catch.

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