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Bairstow’s run out in the Lord’s Test was discussed! What does the rule of MCC say? Read in detail

The Lord’s Test between England and Australia was very exciting. This is the second match of the Ashes 2023 and Australia has won the second in a row. Australia has won the match by 43 runs and has taken a 2-0 lead in the series. A controversial incident took place on the field on the final day of the match. England batsman Jonny Bairstow was run out. However, it is alleged that the Australian team dismissed him without showing sportsmanship. But let us know what exactly this rule is.

Cameron Green bowled a last-ball bouncer just before the end of the first session. Jonny Bairstow, who was batting, dropped the ball and continued. However, Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey threw the ball directly at the wickets after receiving the ball. The Australian players made a strong appeal and Johnny, who came forward, was dismissed.

Following this, England players as well as many former players criticized the Australian team over the whole affair. He was said to show universality. However, a look at the rules reveals that as per Rule 20.2.1 of the MCC, the ball is part of play until the fielding team and the Chief Umpire signal. Even in this case the umpire did not signal the necessary end of the ball. So it appears to be completely Bairstow’s mistake. Speaking after the match, England captain Ben Stokes also admitted that his batsman was out.

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