ICC removes controversial super over clause The new rule came into force!
The 2019 World Cup competition was completed recently. England had a record of winning the World Cup for the first time in a hectic World Cups final game against New Zealand. The two teams finished with 50 overs and the game was balanced. This was followed by a superb overturn. England, which first played, added 15 runs. The New Zealand were then played by 15 runs and the superstar ended up in the tie. The England won the trophy on the basis of more than 6 fours in the game. The Morgan-led England team has consciously fulfilled their 44-year dream. New Zealand, like the 2015 World Cup, was disappointed in the final season of the 2019 and won 2nd place.
However, there was a strong condemnation of the ICC's regulation of choosing the winner on the basis of the foundry without the end of the super over. The demand for such a logic was to be changed and an appeal was made from the various sides. Cricket Australia has taken immediate action to correct this confusion. Men and women's Big Bash in the final stages of the T20 championship, it was announced that the winning team would not be selected on the basis of the fours after the super over. The regulation has been altered to match the scores even after the first super run and the results will be held until the end is reached. In this stage, the ICC has removed the superimposed rule of the World Cup competition. The new regulation has been formulated in the ICC meeting held in Dubai. Accordingly, the old practice of selecting a winning team based on the foundry has been eliminated. Instead, the super overs will continue to be in the World Cup matches until the end of the tie. In addition to the 50, T20 World Cup matches have been announced that the team will be able to win the super over based on the match. Before that, there was only a superb over-the-other procedure in nag out. If the super-vote in the league matches, the points will be distributed equally to both teams.