Sunday, July 31, 2011

Was Ian Bell out in the 2nd Test 2nd Innings of India Vs England at Trent Bridge, Dramatic end of Ian Bell, Ian Bell out in 2nd Test 2nd Innings

Was Ian Bell out in the 2nd Test 2nd Innings of India Vs England at Trent Bridge, Dramatic end of Ian Bell, Ian Bell out in 2nd Test 2nd Innings



See what Happen at that time
Sharma to Morgan, 3 runs, OUT, 132.7 kph, oh dear, what's going on here? Morgan flicked it to deep square, where Praveen made a comical attempt at saving the ball, it looked funny but he actually did cut it off. The fielder thought it was four but it wasn't, the England batsmen thought it was four and by the time the throw came back in the batsmen were out their crease thinking it was tea. Off came the bails and now India are appealing for a run out! It could be out, should be even? That's pretty careless of the batsmen but had the umpires called tea? This Test has had everything, what can the umpires do here? OUT and it's Bell that has gone too. Should India have appealed there? It's a little bit like when New Zealand ran out Murali after Sangakkara made a century but it was careless from Bell. That said, as Bell walk off he's insisted that "he called over". Was over called? Rauf handed back Ishant's jumper before the bails were taken off so it's very possible he did.

Was that right?
That is a dramatic end to the session and a bizarre way for Bell to go. He played stunningly well but his dismissal has just altered the shape of the game again.
Bell played a nice shot for 4 which was saved by Praveen Kumar but he was a bit careless, he should not have left the pitch before the bails were taken off. He thought that it was a four but it wasn't.
Finally Ian Bell was declared Not Out by the Empires

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