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Ayaz Memon Analysis on world cup 2019 final. Great Britain should show greatness by sharing World Cup trophy with New Zealand

"The questions of the ICC are also being questioned, whose flag is being raised"
'Justice did not get complete justice in the final match of the World Cup'

    Ayaz Memon Jul 18, 2019, 07:21 PM Sport Desk England is the new champion of cricket world. In the most exciting match of the World Cup history, England was declared the winner on the basis that he had put more boundaries in the match. Many former cricketers have objected to this rule. Social media is very angry. The questions of the ICC are also being raised on the sporting spirit, whose flag has been elevated. The decision of the match has remained unfortunate.

Earlier, in the last over, Guptill's exact throw was taken from Ben Stokes's bat and crossed the boundary. Where England were getting two runs, there were 6 runs. Former umpire Simon Taufel says that during the throw, both the batsmen did not cross each other, so one run should not have been run but not 2 runs. The logic is quite different, but one thing is clear – the decision of the final match of the World Cup was not fully judged.

Is there still any way to handle this situation?
The ICC has been very frustrated and it remains on its old rats – rule is the rule. Now the question is whether there is still any way to handle this situation? The answer is yes. The idea is in the hands of the same team, which has won the World Champion title. Great Britain should announce the sharing of trophies with New Zealand showing Greentness. This will be a historic step in the world of the game. England will still be the world champion, but in the game world and in the eyes of fans, the status will be greatly elevated.

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