IPL 2022: Manjrekar calls for getting rid of ‘totally redundant’ Bale after Chahal-Warner incident cricket news

IPL 2022: Manjrekar calls for getting rid of ‘totally redundant’ Bale after Chahal-Warner incident  cricket news
Navi Mumbai: Former India batsman Sanjay Manjrekar An incident has called for getting rid of Bell “totally redundant” in modern-day cricket. Yuzvendra Chahali And David Warner in wednesday IPL 2022 match between Delhi Capitals And Rajasthan Royals At DY Patil Stadium.
Warner had a big piece of luck in the ninth over of Delhi’s successful chase of 161 when Chahal’s leg break off the last ball of the over came off his bat and brushed the leg-stump. It was enough to light the stumps, but not enough to remove a bail, which is needed for a clean bowled out.
Eventually Warner remained unbeaten on 52. Michelle Marshaw Chasing 89 runs in 62 balls, Delhi got a much-needed victory by eight wickets.
“I’ve said this before, it’s redundant to put the bails with the LED stumps now. Today it would have been worthy of a wicket for Chahal who bowled brilliantly. It was a terrible shot from Warner, and it doesn’t get a wicket.” Unless it is adding an aesthetic value, they should just get rid of the vines as they are completely redundant with LED technology,” said Manjrekar on ESPN Cricinfo’s T20 Time: Out show.

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Manjrekar further called for the removal of bails to make the game more in sync with the technique. “(Bales were used) just to make sure the ball hit the stumps, they had these bails on them, because if the ball just hit the stumps you wouldn’t know if there were no bails. And bails I meant.
Further explaining the problem with bails, Manjrekar said, “If you have the technique, you don’t have bails. The other problem with bails is that when stumping, you wait for it to burn and then You’re talking about it. Are both the bails out of the groove and there’s a lot of complexity when you’re deciding stumped or run out. Just keep it simple.”
“I know it won’t because we don’t like to change a lot of things. We change some other rules, but some very obvious things are not done. Getting rid of bail can seem reprehensible to a lot of people. But it defies common sense.”