Cricket Society Responds To Ben Stokes’ No-Ball Controversy In Charcoals

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Cricket Fraternity Reacts To Ben Stokes’ No-Ball Debate In Ashes

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Social network was buzzing with responses as well as point of view from the cricket fraternity after a video clip shared by an Australian channel revealed England all-rounder Ben Stokes apparently exceeding 14 times on Day 2 of the first Ashes Examine in Brisbane yet just being called no-ball twice by the on-field umpires. One of them was when he had rejected David Warner for 17 in the 13th over of Australia’s first innings. England were left scraping their heads when Warner obtained a respite at an early stage in his innings. The issue intensified even more after the left-hander took place to score 94 and afterwards Network 7 shared a video clip revealing Stokes had actually overstepped on every one of his previous 3 deliveries prior to he was called the 4th time, which was actually the wicket ball.The turn of events were unusual as considering that the early part of this year, ICC had actually made it clear that the 3rd umpire will keep track of the front foot no-ball on every distribution and also would certainly call it a no-ball if the bowler oversteps.The solution to why Stokes ‘various other no-balls weren’t called was provided

by broadcaster Alison Mitchell, who informed that the modern technology to track the front foot no-ball for every single delivery “went down.”Huge minute in the video game the Warner wicket off a no-ball. We checked out every one of Ben

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