Bails again refuse to fall after David Warner inside-edges ball onto stumps

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As it was quite regular in Indian Premier League, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Sunday witnessed similar incident with bail refusing to fall after ball hit stumps.

 David Warner tried to fend a delivery from Jasprit Bumrah, but in the process, inside-edged the ball onto the stumps during the ICC World Cup match between India and Australia. However, fortunately for Warner, the bails weren’t dislodged. Warner survived and India were left looking for their first wicket. The Australian was batting on 1 in the second over at that time.

Shikhar Dhawan hit a sparkling century to help India post 352 for five against Australia in a key World Cup clash at the Oval on Sunday.

Former England skipper Nasser Hussein has lashed out at the incident and termed it totally unacceptable. Taking to his official twitter handle he tweeted, “This can’t keep happening with the bails !!! Hard enough being a bowler nowadays .. needs changing”.

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