Sachin Tendulkar's comment on 'Two-Ball Rule' in ODI made former Pakistan cricketer Waqar Younis agree. Here's why

sports | 25 June 2018 8:45 AM (UTC)
Ajay Joseph
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Master Blaster, Sachin Tendulkar made his comment on the Two-Ball rule, which happens to be a perfect recipe for disaster.

In the recent series between England vs Australia, it is seemingly stressful for the bowlers, and the batsmen are enjoying the bowling due to the new Two-Ball ODI rule.

 

The former Indian international cricketer, and former captain of the Indian national team, Sachin Tendulkar took a step forward to talk about it to the public.

 

The God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter and criticised the move in rather strong words. In his tweet, he called the new rule a recipe of disaster. He tweeted: "Having 2 new balls in one day cricket is a perfect recipe for disaster as each ball is not given the time to get old enough to reverse. We haven’t seen reverse swing, an integral part of the death overs, for a long time. #ENGvsAUS"

 

 

 

Waqar Younis Maitla, a right-arm fast bowler and also the former coach of the Pakistani cricket team agreed to Sachin Tendulkar's comment. He tweeted: "Reason why we don’t produce many attacking fast bowlers..They all very defensive in their approach...always looking for change ups..totally agree with you @sachin_rt reverse swing is almost vanished.. #SAD"

 

 

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