Another super over should decide victor instead of boundaries: Sachin Tendulkar

Tanya Simon
July 18, 2019

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Trent Boult said playing such a dramatic game was an awesome experience, but he'd been "thoroughly" reliving the game.

When asked about the catch at the boundary he could not pull off in the penultimate over against England but managed to do so during a league match against West Indies, Boult said the boundaries in England are quirky, octagons and squares. Also, we need more improvements in umpire's call on LBW decisions, they were quite positively the other way around multiple times throughout the tournament. "Even when Jadeja was playing big shots in semi-final, he was calm and in the end, the result was in his favour", Tendulkar was quoted as saying.

"Fifteen-apiece, it's pretty hard to swallow". Revealing his plans of getting over the gut-wrenching World Cup loss, Boult says he will take his dog along the beach to come over the Sunday horror.

What the current World Cup debate and New Zealand's controversial defeat have brought into focus is that while the ICC may be a stickler for the "rules", it will not exert itself to ensure justice. It was one of those things over there, different time zone, different part of the day. But when you get to that stage it is nearly outside of your control. We were outplayed from kinda the first couple of overs.

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After returning home following a prolonged gap of four months, Boult is keen to have a walk with his dog.

Williamson has been measured in his response to the weird events of the final - which included England being awarded six runs after an overthrow when under the law it should have been five and the rule that saw boundaries rather than wickets lost as the criteria for who won the Super Over.

"I'm sure he won't be too angry at me".

"It's not going to be something that disappears over the next couple of days".

He even said that he would want to walk his dog on the beach in a bid to forget the experience and termed it something that will be hard to forget even over a few years.

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