6 6 6 4 6.. 74 runs in 35 balls .. Friend of Pant the sky is the limit due to the umpire’s mistake | Australia’s Marcus Stoinis smashes four sixes in 29 runs over in the Big Bash League Telugu Cricket News

Marcus Stoinis previously represented Rishabh Pant-led Delhi Capitals in the IPL. He is with the Delhi team in IPL 2021 as well. But in the IPL 2022 mega auction, Lucknow Supergiants Rs. 9 crores 20 lakhs and bought this Aussie all-rounder.

6 6 6 4 6 1… This is not a mobile number.. The number of runs scored by Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis in a single over. Representing Melbourne Stars as part of the Big Bash League, he played furiously in the match against Adelaide Strikers. He scored 74 runs off just 35 balls with a strike rate of over 211. His brilliant innings included 6 sixes and 5 fours. In an over bowled by the Adelaide bowler, the sky was the limit for Steinis. He scored 29 runs including 4 sixes. While Marcus Stoinis previously represented Rishabh Pant’s Delhi Capitals in the IPL. He is with the Delhi team in IPL 2021 as well. But in the IPL 2022 mega auction, Lucknow Supergiants Rs. 9 crores 20 lakhs and bought this Aussie all-rounder. Batting first with Stoinis’ brilliant innings, Melbourne Stars scored 186 runs in 20 overs. The Adelaide Strikers team, which came into the ring to chase down the target of 187 runs, was bowled out for 178 runs. Then it was 8 runs away from victory.

With the umpire’s mistake..

However, due to the umpire’s mistake or neglect, Marcus Stoinis escaped the time out when he landed in the crease. In fact, the rule is that the batter should be ready to play within 75 seconds of entering the crease. If this does not happen the fielding team can complain against the batter. Then the umpire gives time to the batter. But as the umpire did not pay attention to this, Stoinis got out of the time out. Stoinis got angry on the field with the umpire’s life-giving. He snatched the match with a devastating innings. But after the match, Adelaide Strikers player Adam Hosch said that to be fair, Stoinis reached the crease at the appointed time. But not ready to play in 75 seconds. So we appealed to the umpire. But the umpire did not give out. After Hosh’s statement, Stoinis also reacted. ‘I was standing with a stance slightly away from the crease as the fielders were changing their positions,’ he said. What will I do while standing in the stance until the fielding changes? I will decide first whether the field is set or not and play accordingly’ he said.

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