New Zealand batsman Henry Nichols was strangely dismissed in the third Test against England.
In the match between Headingley, England and New Zealand, New Zealand batsman Henry Nichols was out in a different estimate on Thursday. Hardly any batsman in the history of cricket has been dismissed in such a manner. Many people were amazed at the way he was getting out. On the first day of the third Test of the series against England, New Zealand lost 6 wickets for 12 runs.
Henry Nichols returned to the pavilion as the team’s 7th wicket. In fact, Jack Leach was bowling in the 8th over of the match. New Zealand’s Henry was batting against Nichols. When he played the shot, the ball hit Daryl Mitchell’s bat at the end of the non-striker. He also tried to escape but the ball went straight into the hands of the league standing in mid-off after colliding with Mitchell’s bat.
In this way, Nicholas was dismissed for 18 runs. As far as the match is concerned, New Zealand have decided to bat first after winning the toss in this third Test match so far. Before the match was called off due to rain, New Zealand had scored 18 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 3 overs. Mitchell was standing on the edge of the non-striker,
He was trying to get the ball away, the umpire was trying to get away and the ball went into mid-off. I don’t believe it. ‘ Explaining the rules, the MCC wrote, “According to Law 22.214.171.124, if a ball is caught by a player after hitting a wicket, umpire, other fielder, runner or batsman, he is batting.” The player is considered out. ‘SS2KP