Bangladesh recall Ish Sodhi after he was run out at the non-striker’s end

captain of bangladesh Liton Das the batsman was recalled Ish Sodhi after the fast bowler Hasan Mahmood The New Zealand player was run out for leaving the crease early at the non-striker’s end.
Senior Bangladesh batsman Tamim Iqbal spoke about the incident in the post-match press conference. and appeared against Bringing back the batsmen after getting them out. When Sodhi was recalled he was on 17 runs from 26 balls. After relief, he scored 18 runs from 13 with the help of two sixes.

This incident happened in the 46th over when Mahmood took the wicket while bowling due to Sodhi’s early dismissal. The bowler appealed to umpire Marais Erasmus who went straight to the TV umpire. Replays revealed that Sodhi was out of the crease when Mahmood uprooted the bails.

Sodhi walked off with a smile on his face but as he neared the boundary line, Bangladesh captain Liton told the umpire that he wanted to call Sodhi back. As soon as he became aware of the gesture, Sodhi ran back into the middle and hugged Mahmood.

Liton’s decision may be considered surprising considering the run-outs at the non-striker’s end Discredited by MCC last year, In March 2022, the MCC moved the wording of this dismissal from Law 41 (Unfair Play) to Law 38 (Run Out), in order to remove some of the stigma surrounding such dismissals.

MCC Law Manager Fraser Stewart said, “The bowler is always portrayed as the villain, but this is a legitimate way of getting someone out and it is the non-striker who is stealing the ground.” Times, those days. “It is legal, it is expired and therefore it should remain in the expired section of the laws.”

New Zealand was all out for 254 runs in 49.2 overs.

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