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    [VIDEO] Was this dismissal in the spirit of the game?



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    As harsh as it seems, batsmen should have been aware of whats happening around him, he didnt even look back to see if catch was taken, and secondly he should have heard the swearing and commotion before the fielder saw what was happening and ran him out.

    Case of bad luck and bad judgement from batsmen.

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    I think we can be fair.

    Batsman to blame for low game awareness. Full blame according to rules of the game.

    And fielding team for being lowlifes. Full blame according to spirit of the game.

    Examples ranging from evil to stupidity to magnanimity and sportsperson spirit abound in our sport - and in all other sport.

    People can apportion blame according to which side they lean on.

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    The Keeper - still wallowing in his sorrows has no idea batter is out!


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    Its not out.

    31.7 Batter leaving the wicket under a misapprehension

    An umpire shall intervene if satisfied that a batter, not having been given out, has left the wicket under a misapprehension of being out. The umpire intervening shall call and signal Dead ball to prevent any further action by the fielding side and shall recall the batter.

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    Why did the batsman walk?

    He should've looked behind and ensured catch was taken.

    So, this dismissal was in the spirit of this game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post
    Why did the batsman walk?

    He should've looked behind and ensured catch was taken.

    So, this dismissal was in the spirit of this game.
    But not in the laws of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    But not in the laws of the game.
    Why didn't umpire give it not out then? If umpire gives it out, it is out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    But not in the laws of the game.
    It is in the laws of the game. Just checked.

    "If Dead Ball wasn't called, then he's out."


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweep_shot View Post
    Why didn't umpire give it not out then? If umpire gives it out, it is out.
    Umpire didn't give it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Its not out.
    This would only mean it should have been not out if the umpire called dead ball before the player was run out.

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    Point to add umpire hasn't actually raised his finger, he just nodded his head assuming catch would be taken, also batsmen doesn't even look at umpire he edges it and starts walking , unfortunately blame has to be attributed to batsmen in my opinion poor game awareness.

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    Against the spirit of the game.

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    Batsman clearly walking away from his wicket under the impression that he is out. He is not trying to gain any advantage from this situation. Fielding team within the rights to run him out but imo this goes against the spirit of the game. Batsman should be recalled.

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    Looks like the batsman wanted to go back to pavilion. Showed no intention to appeal/protest his run out

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    Poor game awareness its obvious that the batter thought he nicked it.

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