The Cricket Committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC), led by Anil Kumble, in its assembly beneficial a ban on the usage of spit on the ball because of the Kovid-19 epidemic. On the opposite hand, Brett Lee, a former Australian cricket crew quick bowler, feels that it is going to be tough to implement the most recent ICC pointers on the usage of spit on the ball after the epidemic subsides.
'Overnight revenge shall be very tough'
The ICC mentioned in its pointers issued on Friday that saliva shouldn’t be used to shine the ball. <! –
Lee mentioned on the Star Sports present 'Cricket Connected', 'When you might have achieved this complete life from the age of eight, 9, 10 years during which you lick your finger on the saliva ball, it is going to be very tough to alter it in a single day. . '
'ICC must be relaxed a bit'
Lee, nevertheless, hopes that the World Cricket Association will take some slack on this regard. He mentioned, 'So I believe it can occur as soon as or the ICC must be a bit of relaxed as a result of there could be a warning. This is an efficient begin, however it is going to be very tough to implement. I believe so as a result of cricketers have achieved this all their life.
Even South African cricketer Faf du Plessis agreed with Lee, saying that the identical applies to fielders.
Due to Coronavirus, sports activities associated actions have been stalled because the month of February. It was believed that some new adjustments might be made within the occasion of cricket being resumed. The newest assertion launched by the ICC mentioned, "The Cricket Committee heard from Dr. Peter Harcourt, Chairman of the ICC Medical Advisory Committee, in regards to the elevated danger of transmission of the virus by saliva. It was then unanimously beneficial that the usage of saliva to shine the ball could be prohibited.