Harsha Bhogle Tweets About New Super Over Rules

Harsha Bhogle Tweets About New Super Over Rules

Harsha Bhogle Tweets About New Super Over Rules

The ICC made new rules for the super over which will be effective starting with the 2023 World Cup

Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle wrote a suggestion on Twitter regarding the new super over rules made by the ICC. The new rule says that once the super over ends with a tie, it will be repeated until the winner is determined. During this year’s World Cup final, the match between England and New Zealand ended with a draw which led to the super over. The home team won by the number of boundaries. However, a lot of fans were outraged at the decision.

‘So the boundary count rule is scrapped in favour of multiple super overs. There will be many celebrations. I think the right decision has been made though the probability of what happened at the World Cup must have been almost impossibly low’, Bhogle wrote.

‘I would prefer that in a subsequent super over, the players involved in the previous one aren’t available’, he added.

The new super over rules made by the ICC will be effective in their upcoming events. A lot of fans accepted the changes made, however, there are some who disagreed. 

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