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Okay we see the point. This is a deep rooted conspiracy by IƆƆઘ....sorry ICC.


In anticipation of this catch:

  • The rope was moved behind the line a day prior based on AI/ML projections of potential game situations.
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  • The boundary foam Toblerones were fastened with Fevicolspacer.png

 

  • Dave Miller's original bat was swapped with another bat which had an inbuilt remotely controlled, biased accelerometer. That forced only specific shot angles.
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Now it all makes sense, such an elaborate plan.

 

Chuckte Raho

TC

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17 hours ago, Laaloo said:

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I still think it was a six as the boundary moved a little. Wish this would have been called a six and then we would still eventually end up winning. Takes some shine off. The 3rd umpire also only saw two replays and made his decision. Meanwhile we have seen in meaningless games, where they go through 10 replays to make a decision. Not sure why he was in so hurry in a crucial game.

 

https://www.wisden.com/series/icc-mens-t20-world-cup-2024/cricket-news/doubts-raised-over-crucial-suryakumar-yadav-catch-due-to-displaced-rope-and-slo-mo-replay

 

Sab Mossad aur Raw ki saazish hain.

 

 

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12 hours ago, raki05 said:

I believe @Laaloo bro is  trying to pull out barsati medhak through this thread who occasionally come here to bash india whenever we choked in the past. So that we all can troll them :alienbooty:.

Sanghi @Laaloo doesn't want to give credit to samajwadi SKY.

 

Also the bowler was Pandya who gave middle finger to his Gujju franchise. 

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16 hours ago, Laaloo said:

This bothered me more than the catch being clean or not.

IMO catch was clean, there was nothing to suggest that he touched the boundary line. The small whiff that you refer to seemed like grass scraping off and not contact, because the boundary line didn't move one millimeter.

 

But how did the boundary line itself move before the catch was taken? I noticed this real time too.. Nothing to suggest the fielder did anything, but this shady stuff will always keep pooks busy.

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2 hours ago, bowl_out said:

This bothered me more than the catch being clean or not.

IMO catch was clean, there was nothing to suggest that he touched the boundary line. The small whiff that you refer to seemed like grass scraping off and not contact, because the boundary line didn't move one millimeter.

 

But how did the boundary line itself move before the catch was taken? I noticed this real time too.. Nothing to suggest the fielder did anything, but this shady stuff will always keep pooks busy.

 

I have so many questions

 

(1) Is the imgur image itself legit?

 

If yes,

(2) Was it moved just before that catch was taken? How do we know?

 

The grass underneath the "original" foam position looks patchy, not bare. This means that the grass underneath has been exposed to the sun for at least a day, if not more. If it was moved just before that last ball was bowled or even that morning, it would be bare.

 

My guess? For this whole match, the boundary was behind. For both teams.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, bowl_out said:

This bothered me more than the catch being clean or not.

IMO catch was clean, there was nothing to suggest that he touched the boundary line. The small whiff that you refer to seemed like grass scraping off and not contact, because the boundary line didn't move one millimeter.

 

But how did the boundary line itself move before the catch was taken? I noticed this real time too.. Nothing to suggest the fielder did anything, but this shady stuff will always keep pooks busy.

The pitch was centre pitch. The white mark you are seeing is of the previous match where the pitch was further to right. Therefore in final with the centre pitch ropes had to be pushed back. Simple 

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2 minutes ago, neel roy said:

The pitch was centre pitch. The white mark you are seeing is of the previous match where the pitch was further to right. Therefore in final with the centre pitch ropes had to be pushed back. Simple 

This is the most plausible explanation. The rope was pushed back a day or two prior to the final, as proven by the grass that has grown where the original rope was.

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8 minutes ago, BacktoCricaddict said:

This is the most plausible explanation. The rope was pushed back a day or two prior to the final, as proven by the grass that has grown where the original rope was.

that is what actually happened. 6 matches played in barbados and none at centre pitch. Only final. See cricinfo s summary before the match began. 

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20 minutes ago, neel roy said:

The pitch was centre pitch. The white mark you are seeing is of the previous match where the pitch was further to right. Therefore in final with the centre pitch ropes had to be pushed back. Simple 

 

16 minutes ago, BacktoCricaddict said:

This is the most plausible explanation. The rope was pushed back a day or two prior to the final, as proven by the grass that has grown where the original rope was.

 

That's the only plausible explanation. It has happened in the ODI WC matches as well. Here is someone on Twitter retorting to a Pakistani guy's tweet.

No way would deliberately moving a boundary line go unnoticed. It was clearly done before the match started to adjust for the pitch used.

 

 

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1 hour ago, bowl_out said:

 

 

That's the only plausible explanation. It has happened in the ODI WC matches as well. Here is someone on Twitter retorting to a Pakistani guy's tweet.

No way would deliberately moving a boundary line go unnoticed. It was clearly done before the match started to adjust for the pitch used.

 

 

When in doubt, ask the guy who knows about grass-physiology ;-).

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I'm enjoying all this rona dhona by padosis and B'deshis a lot. They're the ones who're taking this loss much harder than even the Saffers :laugh:

 

Makes this win even sweeter and am loving every minute of it just like I did with Tendulkar's LBW decision against Ajmal in 2011 WC semi :hysterical:

 

Seeing Pak & B'desh fans crying is what gives me more joy and wish they come up with some more conspiracy theories to keep us entertained.

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The catch was clean but the boundary cushions had been moved. Surya crossed the boundary line but didn't touch the cushions.

 

If I was SA fan, I'd be pissed

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