England Cricket Tour to South Africa 2019/20 Dec 2019 – Feb 2020

Vrotappel

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De Kock's wicket and the last one were no balls. Yeah fortune favoring England tonight.

Great match though.
 

sand_man

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Yeah, another massively entertaining T20! England maybe got the rub of the green on a number of key occasions but great advert for T20. Very good run chase from the Proteas. Unfortunate.
 

DanDango

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Which ball?
The last ball:

Now then... drama! Rashid saw Fortuin getting down to scoop and took a stride or two back.. it's the Big Bash scenario that we saw with Hales and Zampa. But he's allowed to anticipate so long as he's inside the circle at the point of delivery, so the catch is clean!
Maybe not but was tight.
 

Agent_Smith

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De Kock's wicket and the last one were no balls. Yeah fortune favoring England tonight.

Great match though.
Nah, as close as it was, QdK's was fine. He was out of his crease and the ball was dipping. Had QdK been on or in his crease, it would've been below the waist line. So a fair call.
 

Vrotappel

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Nah, as close as it was, QdK's was fine. He was out of his crease and the ball was dipping. Had QdK been on or in his crease, it would've been below the waist line. So a fair call.
I would actually like to see ball tracking on those calls. Wood's a very fast bowler, dipping I am not sure.
 

SoldierMan

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As tight and as good a game it was we just don't have the bowlers (like Jordan and Wood) to keep scores lower. Quinny's innings was great.
 

Vrotappel

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They move anyways upon the bowler runner up. These lines are guides, not?
He is supposed to stay in the circle until the ball left the bowlers hand. He started moving before it left the bowlers hand and was either in or out of the circle at the point it left the hand. Actually impossible to tell without a sold line.
 

NeonNinja

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He is supposed to stay in the circle until the ball left the bowlers hand. He started moving before it left the bowlers hand and was either in or out of the circle at the point it left the hand. Actually impossible to tell without a sold line.
The reason I say they are guides is that 4's and 6's can be checked if they're contentious. But staying in or out by a foot or two?
 
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