Cricket World Cup 2019: The issue of disputed overthrow in the final of the Cricket World Cup played between England and New Zealand this year has not been pacified yet. The alleged wrong decision given to this over throw had crossed all limits of thrill in this match. Now the MCC World Cricket Committee (WCC) has said to meet next month on the issue of this overthrow.
In fact, this 50–50 overs tie was Mukalba. After that the manch went into the super over. Mukabal tie was there too. After this, England was declared the winner due to hitting more fours and sixes in the innings.Controversy arose in the last over of the said match with an over throw. The above throw included England player Ben Stocks and New Zealand's Martin Guptill. The ground umpire gave the England team 6 runs when the ball thrown on the wicket went out of the boundary. Ground umpire Kumar Dharmasena too later admitted his mistake but said that he had no qualms about it.
On Monday, a meeting of the MCC World Cricket committee was held. In this meeting, veterans like former cricketer Shane Warne and Kumar Sangakkara were involved. After the meeting, Marylebone Cricket Club, ie MCC issued a statement saying that the WCC discussed the 19.8 rule related to overthrow in the context of the Cricket World Cup final. The WCC found that the rules in this regard are clear but in September next month a sub-committee attached to this rule will review.