Strange game going on in BBL: Not only length, height is also getting six; If you don’t believe then watch the video
A strange game is going on in the Big Bash League being played in Australia. A six is being given even if the ball hits the roof. This is because this BBL match was being played under a covered roof.
Big Bash League ie BBL is currently being organized in Australia, but on Saturday something strange was seen at the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne, when the match was played in a closed stadium. You must have seen a six of length till now, but in this match a six of height was also given, because due to rain, the whole match was played in the stadium inside the covered roof, in which twice it happened that the ball hit the roof and the umpire Hits him for a six.
Actually, the 41st league match of BBL was played between Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars. In the same match, Joe Clarke and Beau Babster got sixes after the ball hit the roof. However, both times if we look at the direction of the ball, the ball would have fallen inside the boundary, but the umpire indicated for 6-6 runs both times without any thought. Neither fielder was surprised.
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The opposition team did not object to this because a rule has already been made for this that if the ball hits the roof of a closed stadium, it will be given a six, regardless of the direction of the ball. This was the reason why it happened twice in the same match that Joe Clarke and Beau Babster hit the roof and the umpire signaled for a six. watch video
However, the surprising thing was that Joe Clarke’s team, who played for the Melbourne Stars, could not win. The match was won by Melbourne Renegades by a margin of 6 runs, as the Renegades, batting first, scored 162 runs under the roof losing 7 wickets, while Melbourne’s second team could score 156 runs losing 7 wickets in 20 overs.