Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar feels simply like a bowling outfit, a batting side ought to likewise be punished seven runs on the off chance that they break standards of the game over the span of a match.
Tendulkar’s remarks came following a peculiar contention that shook the second semi-last of the Mumbai T20 League between Sobo Supersonics and Aakash Tigers Mumbai Western Suburb on Saturday.
“Whatever I saw, I saw for this for first time and afterward I began figuring what should be possible and it can’t be a dead ball. However, the standards are such, whatever happened it was the best thing to occur right then and there. Be that as it may, I was simply figuring what could be that one change which can be executed in opportunity to arrive and I feel if three defenders are there in the circle, the umpire never discloses to them that you need the fourth defender in the ring and it’s known as a no-ball and there is a free hit. So the handling side is punished for that,” Tendulkar said.
“Be that as it may, when the hitters don’t go to their individual closures, for what reason isn’t the batting side punished? I think the batting side ought to likewise be punished. What’s more, what is the most extreme that one could score off each ball is perhaps 7 runs, which is a no chunk of past conveyance and a free hit. So perhaps here additionally it ought to be seven runs punishment for the batting side and after that they change the closures.”
In Saturday’s down toward the finish of the fifteenth over, SoBo Supersonics were drifting along at 158 for no misfortune when Hersh Tank required medicinal consideration in the wake of enduring issues. In the last bundle of the fifteenth over, Jay Bista took a solitary however toward the beginning of the following over, none of the players or umpires understood that it was Tank who was protesting and not Bista.
After unjustly taking the strike, Tank took care of business out in the primary ball. Detecting that the batsmen haven’t changed finishes, the umpires considered it a dead ball, denying the wicket to Aakash Tigers when the issue totally lay with the batsmen. Tendulkar said it was the obligation of the off-field coordinate authorities to bring up the oversight to on-field umpires. “The umpires don’t tell the players. With the present innovation the third or fourth umpire ought to be in a situation to speak with the leg-umpire and disclose to him the striker should be at the non-striker’s end,” he said.
“The batting side should be punished for that and guarantee that the finishes are changed.”