Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) will review the overthrow case related to the World Cup final in September. MCC said in its statement, "The World Cricket Committee (WCC) considered Law 19.8 relating to over throw. This was done keeping in mind the finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. WWCC believes the law is clear, but The sub-committee of law will review the matter in September 2019. "
There has been much controversy over the four runs given overthrow in the final of ICC World Cup-2019. These four runs proved to be quite decisive in England's win over New Zealand. England's batsmen, who were chasing 242 runs in the final over of the final match, scored two runs and while taking the second run, Fielder's throw hit the boundary on Ben Stokes's bat, which led to England's four runs.
On-field umpire Kumar Dharmasena gave six runs to England after talking to his fellow umpires. England was back in the match with this. Dharmasena later admitted his mistake but refused to apologize for this mistake.
After the final match, there were also reports that Stokes appealed to the umpires to return those four runs. But Stokes had made it clear that he had not made any such appeal before the umpires. Four runs from Overthrow played a decisive role in England becoming World Cup champions.