new Delhi: ICC World Cup-2019 In the final match, there was a thrill of history. No one thought that after the match tie, the super overs will also be tie. In this situation, the winner's decision came from the boundary count, in which the England beat No team has thought that during the game, the boundary should be increased so that the decision can be taken to the team. At the same time, those who created this rule would not have thought that the boundary rule would be a victim of such criticism and so much. But after the match the team had to tell the captain of both the teams that they could not do anything in this case. Very few people would know that how would the decision be if the boundary count was also tied in the match?
What is the ICC Tie Match Rule
According to the ICC, if the match is tied, the decision will be super over. This Super Over will throw the team first which was fielding in the second innings. A maximum of three batsmen can bat in the batting team. That is, if the bowling team has dropped two wickets then the super over will end there. Field reinstances in the super over would be the same as the last (50th) of the match. There will be a review of both the teams. In the end, the team which has scored more runs in the super over will be the winner.
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Then if the super overs were also tied
Here is the rule of boundary count. In case of a super-over tie, the boundary count will be decided. As happened in the final. According to the ICC rules, the team which will have the highest boundaries (including fours and sixes), including the 50 overs and the super over, will be the winner of the same team. The same rules are decisive in the World Cup final. England had a total of 26 boundaries here. Whereas the boundry count of New Zealand was 17.
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If the boundary count was the same
Here also the ICC has given another option. If the total boundaries were maintained, the victory of the decision would be to look at the boundary of the super over and look at the total boundaries set in the main match. England had 24 boundaries here, while New Zealand's boundary count was 16.
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How to decide if the boundary count is equal in every situation
Here (when the total boundaries count with the main match is equal to both, the super over will be seen for the decision. The beginning of the last ball will be the rider who has scored more runs on the last ball, it will be declared the winner. Then, the fifth ball, the fourth ball, the third, the second and the first ball to the first ball, the winner will be decided in this order, after which it is not clear in the ICC rules that if every Having an equal number of runs Nd So how then decide.