"Unfair, Wouldnt Consider It": Star England Pacer Stuart Broad Fumes After "Mankad" Law Update

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Publish Date : 2022-03-09 00:00:00


"Unfair, Wouldnt Consider It": Star England Pacer Stuart Broad Fumes After "Mankad" Law Update

One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.

One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most successful pacers in Test cricket, Stuart Broad expressed his concerns over Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of cricket's laws, decision to update the law related to runout at non-striker's end. The amendment now legitimizes "Mankad" dismissalas it was moved from "unfair play" play category to the "run-out" category. Taking to Twitter, a seemingly agitated Broad said that "Mankad requires zero skill" and is an "unfair" way of claiming a wicket. "So, the Mankad is no longer unfair & is now a legitimate dismissal. Hasn't it always been a legitimate dismissal & whether it is unfair is subjective? I think it is unfair & wouldn't consider it, as IMO, dismissing a batter is about skill & the Mankad requires zero skill," he wrote.One of England's most succes



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