Wasim Jaffer
Wasim Jaffer. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Staff Australia accomplished a straightforward victory over Sri Lanka in Perth on Tuesday, October 25. Marcus Stoinis was the star performer for the Aussie crew as he stroked 59 runs off simply 18 balls and was adjudged Participant of the Match for his glorious efficiency with the bat. 

In the meantime, in the identical match, Australian pacer  Mitchell Starc gave a warning to Sri Lankan batter Dhananjaya de Silva who was venturing outdoors the crease on the non-striker’s finish in keeping with Starc. As per the MCC guidelines, a bowler can run out a batter on the non-striker’s finish with out giving any warning if the latter is discovered outdoors of his crease earlier than the ball comes into play.  

There shouldn’t be any fuss about it: Wasim Jaffer on operating out the non-striker 

In the meantime, former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer and Australia’s veteran Stuart Legislation have given their opinion on the matter. 

“There’s nothing fallacious in operating out the batter at non-striker’s finish with out giving a warning. It’s the duty of the batter to remain within the crease. There shouldn’t be any fuss about it. I will not say dishonest, but when a batter is taking benefit by backing up then the bowler has each proper to expire the batter,” Wasim Jaffer stated on ‘BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti’ on CricTracker. 

Legislation additionally supported the brand new regulation stating that batters ought to solely be allowed to maneuver out of their crease so long as the ball is in play. 

“The sport has modified and it’s transferring ahead in an alarming method. Beforehand it occurred often, however now the rule has been re-written within the MCC rule guide and the bowler has each proper to expire the batter. So long as the ball is in play, I believe the batters can transfer out of their crease. However these days, if you’re out of the crease and the bowler has not bowled the supply and disturbs the bails then you’re a ‘foolish’ man or girl,” stated Stuart Legislation.