FINISH OF THE CUP OF THE WORLD: COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPH
The 100-shot regulation game ended in New Zealand scoring 241/8 after winning the draw and opting to bat at Lord & # 39; s. The local team's career ended then with 241 out of the last ball of the match. The game came into the & # 39; Super Over & # 39; and the tie stayed as it is, at the end of 12 balls. But England celebrated and New Zealand cried.
The hosts won the World Cup by hitting 26 limits compared to 17 by the Kiwi hitters.
However, Cricket experts and fans believe that the game did not deserve a winner and that the trophy should have been shared, and that deciding a winner according to the amount of limits that a team hit is nothing short of absurd.
Former cricketers and experts took to Twitter to express their views. Some qualified the rule and the subsequent result was "cruel", others considered it "ridiculous" and others called it "horrible".
Difficult to digest this rule plus limit. Something like super sudden death overcomes until the result is a … https://t.co/toxMy8aLdM
– Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) 1563132994000
I do not understand how the game of such proportions, # CWC19Final, finally decides who scored the most points … https://t.co/6o2ftrsopV
– Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) 1563129885000
Congratulations to England! Commiserations New Zealand. I have to say it's a horrible way to decide the winner … https://t.co/lioCtbfys4
– Brett Lee (@ BrettLee_58) 1563131324000
Therefore, a World Cup is decided on the arbitrary decision that borders are more important than windows. Never say … https://t.co/4WMObWT8eD
– Brydon Coverdale (@brydoncoverdale) 1563130648000
The DL system is really based on lost executions and windows … but the final result is only based on the success of the limits? N … https://t.co/kA1b1uaQmO
– Dean Jones (@ProfDeano) 1563130078000
I have never been an admirer of what counts the limits to decide a draw in the Super-Over. A shared trophy would have … https://t.co/BrQRF9bhYg
– Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) 1563129828000
Two consecutive finals. Losing the finals due to fewer limits in a game of TIED. It is impossible not to feel f … https://t.co/027ONYYW8A
– Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 1563130331000