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Sachin Tendulkar suggests ICC to determine the correct way to determine the winner if Super is over a draw


Former Indian cricket player Sachin Tendulkar has a suggestion for the International Cricket Council (ICC) to determine the winner in the future if a super over is stuck. Sachin Tendulkar said that another super should be played over if the first is a draw instead of considering the limits.

Sachin said: "I think there should be another super to determine the winner, instead of considering the number of boundaries scored by both teams. Not only in a World Cup final. Every game is important. football, when teams start winning extra time, nothing else matters. & # 39;

Not only Sachin, but many former cricketers found it a bit unfair to New Zealand, as they both scored the same number of runs twice.

England won the World Championship in the weirdest way possible. England defeated New Zealand in the final after an exciting biting thriller from two games. England received the cup because of their superior limit.

The match was the same when both teams reached 241 points. A first super over of ODI cricket was played and it also ended right and both teams scored 15 points each.

England won their first world cup title and became the third team in the world to win home after India and Australia.

Read also: English victory architect Ben Stokes, winner of the World Cup, will probably receive Knighthood


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