Ishan Kishan Appeals For Stumping vs Matthew Wade, Gets No Ball Instead.

Steve smith

Tuesday’s thrilling third Twenty20 International between Australia and India took place in Guwahati. It was another Glenn Maxwell show as the Australia star hit 48-ball 104* to lead his team to a victory . And preserve the series after Ruturaj Gaikwad’s 57-ball 123 had taken India to 222/3. Australia continued to lose wickets at regular intervals, and the match went to the wire. But to lead their team to victory, Glenn Maxwell and Matthew Wade sewn an undefeated stand.

Ishan Kishan reviews for a wicket and getting a no-ball against Australia

On one occasion, Indian wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan thought Australia Matthew Wade was going to out. Axar Patel bowled Wade wide outside off-stump on the fourth ball of the 19th over. Ishan Kishan took out the bails behind him, and the Australian captain missed the delivery line. Kishan thought he had a real chance to stump the opposition.

Replays, however, reveal that Kishan’s gloves were in front of the stumps when he collects the ball. It is declare no-ball by the TV umpire.

According to MCC’s Law 27.3.1, “The wicket-keeper shall remain wholly behind the wicket at the striker’s end from the moment the ball comes into play until a ball delivered by the bowler touches the bat or person of the striker or passes the wicket at the striker’s end, or the striker attempts a run.”

Further, Law 27.3.2 states that, “In the event of the wicket-keeper contravening this Law, the striker’s end umpire shall call and signal No ball as soon as applicable after the delivery of the ball.”

Speaking about the game, Australia defeated India in the third Twenty20 International by five wickets on Tuesday thanks to a brutal unbeaten hundred runs from Glenn Maxwell. Australia overcame India’s formidable 222 for 3, which was construct around Ruturaj Gaikwad’s first-ever international century of 123 off 57 balls in the final ball of the game, thanks to Maxwell’s 104 off 48 balls (8×4, 8×6).

The visitors reduced India’s lead in the five-match series to 2-1 while making 225 for 5.

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