In a bizarre incident during the Big Bash League, a bails fell off the stumps without being touched in a ‘never seen before’ incident. The incident occurred during the match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Sydney Thunder at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.
The incident happened in the fourth over of the match when the Renegades’ batsman, Sam Harper, was on strike. The bowler, Chris Green, bowled a delivery which Harper defended. As the ball was about to reach the wicketkeeper, the bails suddenly fell off the stumps without being touched.
The umpires were left scratching their heads as they had never seen such an incident before. After a few moments of confusion, the umpires decided to refer the decision to the third umpire. After a few replays, the third umpire ruled that Harper was not out as the bails had fallen off without being touched.
The incident left the players and the crowd in shock as they had never seen such an incident before. The commentators were also left baffled as they tried to make sense of what had happened.
The incident has sparked a debate among cricket fans as to what could have caused the bails to fall off without being touched. Some have suggested that the wind could have been a factor, while others have suggested that the vibrations from the crowd could have caused the bails to fall off.
Whatever the cause, the incident has certainly left everyone talking. It is a reminder that cricket is a game of uncertainties and that anything can happen on the field. It is also a reminder that the umpires have to be on their toes at all times and be ready to make the right decision in such situations.