Amitabh Bachchan Mocks ICC’s Boundary Rule With a Hilarious Tweet After England’s Victory in CWC 2019 Final (See Post)
Amitabh Bacchan (Photo Credits: Twitter)

New Delhi, July 16: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan is the latest to join the list of people criticizing the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the "boundary rule" which helped England win their first men's World Cup. On Sunday, two dramatic run-outs in the final over of England's innings took the game into a Super Over with the scores tied on 241 after the end of 50 overs against New Zealand at Lord's. Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh and Gautam Gambhir Slam ICC Rules After England Defeat New Zealand in ICC CWC 2019 Final Over Boundary Count.

However, with the Super Over also ending in a tie, the winner of the showpiece event was decided by the number of boundaries scored. England scored 26 boundaries in total in the entire duration of the match as compared to 17 by the Black Caps and were thus crowned as champions. Eoin Morgan, Kane Williamson Have Their Say on Boundary Count in Super Over During World Cup Final.

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Bachchan took to Twitter to mock the ICC rule and said in Hindi: "You have Rs 2,000, I have Rs 2,000. You have one note of 2,000; I have four notes of 500. Who is richer? ICC: The one who has four notes of 500 is richer."

Actor-turned-politician Paresh Rawal also slammed the sport's governing body and tweeted: Instead of changing M.S. Dhoni gloves, the stupid ICC should have changed their super over rules." Earlier, many former cricketers like Gautam Gambhir, Rohit Sharma, Brett Lee, Yuvraj Singh and others criticised the ICC for the boundary rule.