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In the wake of World Cup final drama, ICC tweaks Super Over rule | ICC changed the rules, now the super over will continue till a team wins in the final-semi-finals

In the World Cup held in Britain, both the match and the super over were tied, England was declared the winner based on the boundary.
The Boundary Count Rules were criticized by former umpires, players and fans, after which the ICC changed the rules
The ICC said – Super overs will be repeated until one team can score more runs than the other.

Dainik BhaskarOct 14, 2019, 10:45 PM IST Dubai. It was rectified by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday following a dispute over boundary rules after the final of the Cricket World Cup 2019. After the board meeting, the ICC said that if the final and semi-final matches were to tie, the super over would continue until one team scored more than the other team. This rule will be applicable in ODIs and T20s.

This time the World Cup final was played between England and New Zealand. Both the match and the super over were tied in the final. England were then declared winners on the basis of boundary rules.

The Super Over rule will continue in the exciting, ODI-T20 – ICC said after the ICCboard meeting – Chief executives have agreed on the recommendation of the ICC Cricket Committee. The Super Over rule will continue to decide the finals in ICC tournaments. It is an exciting way to decide the final in T20 and ODIs and we will keep it up.

According to the ICC, if a super over tie remains in the group stage, then the match will be tied. There is only one change in the rules of Super Over in the semi-finals and finals. In this the decision to win has upheld the fundamental rule of scoring more runs than the opponent. The super over will be repeated until one team scores more than the other.

England became the winner with 26 boundaries, a super over was played in the 2019 World Cup final. This was the first time in the history of the World Cup. This was also the first time that both the match and the super over were tied. New Zealand had previously scored 241 runs. England were all out for 241 runs. England had scored 15 runs in the super over. New Zealand equalized this goal, but could not score a single run needed to win. After this the Boundary Count Rule came into force. England made 26 and New Zealand made 17 boundaries in the entire match. England was declared the winner due to the increased boundaries.

 

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