Weirdly dismissed New Zealand batsmen

In the match played between England and New Zealand, the way New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls got out on Thursday, hardly any batsman got out in the history of cricket. Everyone was shocked by what happened. New Zealand lost 5 wickets for 123 runs on the first day of the third Test of the series […]
 


Weirdly dismissed New Zealand batsmen

In the match played between England and New Zealand, the way New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls got out on Thursday, hardly any batsman got out in the history of cricket. Everyone was shocked by what happened. New Zealand lost 5 wickets for 123 runs on the first day of the third Test of the series against England. Henry Nicholls returned as the team’s 5th wicket. England’s spin bowler Jack Leach was bowling in the 56th over of the match. Batting against New Zealand’s Henry Nicholls, he played a shot that hit non-striker Daryl Mitchell. He also tried to run away but the ball hit Mitchell’s bat and went straight into the hands of a player standing in mid-off.

 

 

 

In this way, Nicholas was dismissed in a very strange way after scoring 19 runs. In the third Test so far, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first. New Zealand lost 5 wickets for 90 runs in 90 overs before the match ended due to rain.

Kiwi team lost five wickets for 225 runs

After winning the toss, New Zealand team decided to bat first which proved to be wrong. Kiwi team lost four wickets for 83 runs. From here Henry Nicholls and Darrell Mitchell led the innings, but Nicholls was out due to his unlucky run. He scored only 19 runs off 99 balls.

What are the rules of MCC

According to Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) rules, Law 33.2.2.3 states that if a ball is stopped, the umpire, the other fielder, strikes the Joe, the runner or other batsman. And if any fielder catches that catch then he will be declared caught out.