Glenn Maxwell’s favorite shot
Australian batsmen do it quite easily. Chappell told ‘Wide World of Sports’,’ Maxwell and Warner took many such shots in the second match. If a batsman changes his hand or leg before the ball hits, it should be an illegal shot. Chappell said that if the batsman intimates in advance, then this shot is fine or else it is unfair.
Supporting Stark, who is struggling with bad form, Finch said, “No need to be afraid”
He said, “The bowler has to tell the umpire what kind of ball he will bowl but if the batsman is right handed then the captain looks fielded in the same way and then suddenly he plays with the left hand then it is wrong.” He said that he does not understand why bowlers do not complain about it. He said that cricket administrators should stop it.
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