Do I want to win this way? No: Ben Stokes, Brandon McCallum furious over Johnny Bairstow’s controversial firing

Do I want to win this way? asked Stokes. For me, the answer is no.

It was more about the spirit of the game, said England coach Brandon McCallum. As you get older and more mature, you realize you have to cherish the game and the spirit of it. You have to make decisions in the moment, and they can affect the game and people’s characters.

By the letter of the law he is out of the game. Johnny didn’t try to make a run, and the umpires declared Over. This is one of those cases that is hard to swallow. If you look at the small margin of error, it’s incredibly disappointing.

Stokes thinks so too.

When is it justified that the judges declared an over?. said Stokes. Is it justified that the square-leg umpire made some movement? Johnny Bairstow was in his box and then went out to chat in the center. I’m not arguing that if it was an out, it was.

If I had been on the other foot, I would have put more pressure on the refs and asked if they declared Over, and thought deeply about the spirit of the game and whether I wanted to do something like that.

In the photo, Broad sarcast sarcastically applauded Cummins and got into an angry altercation with Australians Marnus Labuschagne and David Warner.

According to the rules of the game, specifically 20.1.2, the ball was not dead. The ball is considered dead if it is clear to the umpire on the bowler’s side that f

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