Rayadu lashes out at Nogajski after wrong decision proves decisive in South Africa’s victory over Bangladesh

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Published June 11, 2024 at 3:38pm

    That was a terrible decision: Rayadu

    You also need to look at the angle of the ball: Rayadu

    Feel for Bangladesh fans: Jaffer

After the high octane Indian Premier League (IPL) wherein even targets higher than 260 were being successfully chased, the ICC T-20 World Cup is delivering multiple low scoring thrillers. South Africa prevailed over Bangladesh by 4 runs after another such game on June 10th. However, a controversial decision by umpire Sam Nogajski is being scrutinised after this result. Bangladesh all-rounder for ruled out Leg Before Wicket (LBW) in a ball which later on slided to the boundary. The decision was overturned after a review but since the ball was deemed dead, Bangladesh did not receive the 4 runs. “In 150 years of cricket, will you ever see an umpire giving that out? You won’t. That was a terrible decision. Just because a part of the leg stump is visible doesn’t mean you will give the batter out. You also need to look at the angle of the ball, from where it was delivered,” former Indian batsman Ambati Rayadu said on Star Sports. 

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The 4 runs could have proved to be decisive for Bangladesh in securing a win. South Africa is currently at the top of Group-D after having secured 3 wins in 3 games. “Mahmudullah was wrongly given out LBW, the ball went for four leg byes. The decision was reversed on DRS. Bangladesh didn’t get the 4 runs as ball is dead once batter given out, even if wrongly. And SA ended up winning the game by 4 runs. Feel for Bangladesh fans,” former Indian batsman Wasim Jaffer remarked on X.

Rayadu lashes out at Nogajski after wrong decision proves decisive in South Africa’s victory over Bangladesh

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    That was a terrible decision: Rayadu

    You also need to look at the angle of the ball: Rayadu

    Feel for Bangladesh fans: Jaffer

After the high octane Indian Premier League (IPL) wherein even targets higher than 260 were being successfully chased, the ICC T-20 World Cup is delivering multiple low scoring thrillers. South Africa prevailed over Bangladesh by 4 runs after another such game on June 10th. However, a controversial decision by umpire Sam Nogajski is being scrutinised after this result. Bangladesh all-rounder for ruled out Leg Before Wicket (LBW) in a ball which later on slided to the boundary. The decision was overturned after a review but since the ball was deemed dead, Bangladesh did not receive the 4 runs. “In 150 years of cricket, will you ever see an umpire giving that out? You won’t. That was a terrible decision. Just because a part of the leg stump is visible doesn’t mean you will give the batter out. You also need to look at the angle of the ball, from where it was delivered,” former Indian batsman Ambati Rayadu said on Star Sports. 

Also Read: Rizwan has no game awareness: Wasim Akram

The 4 runs could have proved to be decisive for Bangladesh in securing a win. South Africa is currently at the top of Group-D after having secured 3 wins in 3 games. “Mahmudullah was wrongly given out LBW, the ball went for four leg byes. The decision was reversed on DRS. Bangladesh didn’t get the 4 runs as ball is dead once batter given out, even if wrongly. And SA ended up winning the game by 4 runs. Feel for Bangladesh fans,” former Indian batsman Wasim Jaffer remarked on X.

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