ENG vs NZ: Sachin said on Henry Nicholls’ strange out, ‘Non-striker would have been out in street cricket’


New Delhi. There are often such incidents on the cricket field which are difficult to forget and those moments are always remembered. Something similar was seen on the first day of the third test match between England and New Zealand. Which cricket fans can hardly forget. In the match, New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls lost his wicket without any fault. Its video was shared by England Cricket on its Twitter handle. This video of Henry getting out is being watched a lot. Now the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has also given a funny reaction on this.

‘If there was gully cricket, the non-striker would have been out’
Sachin compared this incident to India’s street cricket, where ICC rules are not followed, but the players themselves decide their own strange rules. Giving a funny reaction, Sachin tweeted and wrote, ‘In gully cricket we would have declared the non-striker out.’ Users are giving a lot of reaction to this tweet of Sachin.

Also read: If luck is bad, you can get out like this, Nicholls’ wicket fell like this that everyone was surprised- Video

Also read: ENG vs NZ: Daryl Mitchell scored 50+ runs in the fourth consecutive innings, also made a record of playing 1000 balls with a partner

How did Nicholls get out?
During the match, Nicholls took the front and played the shot where Daryl Mitchell was standing at the other end. The ball hit Mitchell’s bat standing at the non-striker’s end and bounced off and went in the mid-off direction. Alex Lees present there took the catch and Nicholls had to return to the pavilion. Seeing the way Nicholls got out, even the players of England could not stop laughing.

Daryl Mitchell scored a century
Daryl, who brought Nicholls’ shot to the fielder’s hand, played a brilliant innings for New Zealand and scored a century. Mitchell played an innings of 109 runs in 228 balls. New Zealand’s team scored 329 runs in the first innings. Tom Blendall was New Zealand’s most successful batsman after Nicole. He scored 55 runs in 122 balls with the help of 7 fours.

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