England come back strong after a poor start to their first innings On day 3 of the fourth ash test against Australia in Sydney.Tourists stunned at 36/4 in response to Australia’s previous 416 Ben Stokes and Jonny Barstow Stabilize the boat and bring England out of hot water.
Stokes scored a dizzying half-century while England end the day at 258/7 as Bairstow goes on to break a glorious centuryThe stunning hundreds of Bairstows are the main talking point as this is the first ton of Brits in the ongoing Ashes 2021-22.
One moment that drew more attention, however, was with Stokes, who had a 66-for-91 with the help of 10 boundaries.There’s a ‘physical defiant’ moment in the game that takes everyone by surprise Lefty escapes even after ball hits his stump.
It all happened in the 31st inning of England’s first inning as the Australian all-rounder batted Cameron Green When Stokes batted at 16. The Briton caught the first ball with both arms, which bit back slightly and hit the stump, but incredibly, the bail didn’t come off and Stokes survived.
It was such a shocking incident that the on-site referee thought the ball hit Stokes’ pad because he gave him LBW. The batsman went upstairs immediately, and replays showed the red cherries hit the stump, but the bail didn’t come off.
Video of the entire episode went viral on the internet, with several fans and former cricketers giving their thoughts on the shocking moment.indian legend Sachin Tendulka Unable to limit one’s own reactions to events.
In fact, Tendulkar went ahead and passed a proposal to introduce a new rule to make the game fair to bowlers.
“Should a law called ‘hit the stump’ be introduced after the ball hits the stump, but doesn’t remove the bail? What do you guys think? Let’s be fair to the bowlers,” Tendulkar wrote on Twitter while sharing the video.
Should a law called “hitting the stump” be introduced after the ball hits the stump, but doesn’t remove the bail? What do you think? Let’s be fair to the bowlers! 😜😬😋@shanewarne#AshesTestpic.twitter.com/gSH2atTGRe
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) January 7, 2022