Tamim on recalling Sodhi after being run out at the non-striker’s end – ‘Don’t think it looks good’

“I don’t see anything wrong in it,” Tamim said after the match. “That’s the rule. If we get someone out, or any of us get out in that manner, I don’t think we should react the way people are reacting these days.”

“I think it’s a team decision,” he said. “We will definitely talk about it after today’s incident. If it is the team’s decision that we will take wickets like this, we will. If we don’t want to take it, we will not try it. I “Don’t think it’s a good idea to bring a batsman back in after getting him out. Either we take it, or we don’t.”

Tamim, who was Bangladesh’s ODI captain till recentlyalso said that he did not need to warn Sodhi, and the team would discuss whether they wanted to stick to this method of dismissal in the future.

Tamim said, “I think he (Sodhi) also should not have done that (leaving the crease early), he also should not be surprised.” “Whether we take it or not is the team’s decision. I was surprised by their reaction. It is part of cricket now.”

“There is no need for warning here. It is like a bowled out. Maybe the captain felt that we would not be able to take that wicket. So he called him (Sodhi) back. There is no right or wrong. Either you do it , or you don’t do it. There’s nothing wrong with it. I think we should discuss it as a team whether we want to do it or not. Going forward, I think you’ll see a lot of teams doing it. Will see you taking advantage.”

This incident happened in the 46th over when the fast bowler Hasan Mahmood Sodhi’s early retreat resulted in the wicket breaking due to his bowling. 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.

When Sodhi was recalled, he was on 17 off 26 balls and he scored 18 runs in 13 balls with the help of two sixes, taking New Zealand to 254 runs. The visiting team defended the score with the help of Sodhi’s 6 runs in 39 balls. ball.

“I’m not a very good batsman but it was a nice gesture,” Sodhi said. “I would do the same thing as a bowler. I have played under some great captains for New Zealand over the years. I think he would have done the same. I think the way Liton Das did He handled it, he was phenomenal.” I hugged the bowler and shook hands with Liton a bit. We all respect the game of cricket very much and really try to maintain that spirit.

“I think the fact that I was out by such a small margin surprised me. I come from an old cloth when you warn the batsman. I understand that’s not in the rules at the moment.”

Sodhi also said that he would not try such run-outs as a bowler.

“I probably wouldn’t throw Mankad (running out the non-striker) there. I understand it’s part of the rules of the game now. You’ve seen it all over the world. It’s a bit of a controversial issue.

“They could have easily let me go. They showed tremendous sportsmanship out there today. We are lucky to win, but it is important to keep the spirit of the game alive, especially when we are playing such competitive cricket to win.” Playing for our country.”

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