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decent
THIS RULE OF FOURS IS HARSH
by decent on Jul 15, 2019 02:54 PM

Either of the teams could keep the cup for 2 years each.How can hitting more fours or sixes be a decesive factor?This rule needs an amendment immediately for subsequent world cups.

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decent
THIS RULE OF FOURS IS HARSH
by decent on Jul 15, 2019 02:54 PM

Either of the teams could keep the cup for 2 years each.How can hitting more fours or sixes be a decesive factor?This rule needs an amendment immediately for subsequent world cups.

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satadru bandyopadhyay
NZ
by satadru bandyopadhyay on Jul 15, 2019 10:54 AM  | Hide replies

NZ IS WINNER

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miviu
Re: NZ
by miviu on Jul 15, 2019 04:54 PM
Stokes will be remembered forever whenever ENG victory is talked about, and he is Villain in NZ for his good performance and how weirdly he got those additional 4 runs of overthrow.
Though it was unintentional, it spoiled NZ's chances of winning WC directly, ie., without even super over. ENG is still not a number one ODI team... it was toooo lucky to win WC in 2019.

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Shilpa Mehta
S_T_U_P_I _D RULE - - - - - ICC
by Shilpa Mehta on Jul 15, 2019 10:40 AM  | Hide replies


Number of more boundries hit , rule is ridiculous .

If one team hits 20 boundries in their 50 overs & other

team scores same 80 runs by hitting sixes , then how can

team hitting more boundries will be declared winners ??

AND MOREOVER - - - WHAT IF NUMBER OF BOUNDRIES HIT BY
BOTH THE TEAMS ARE ALSO SAME - - - ??

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Ravindra Joshi
Re: S_T_U_P_I _D RULE - - - - - ICC
by Ravindra Joshi on Jul 15, 2019 11:35 AM
my question is what if boundaries also equal.

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