Batsman nicks it behind... Vociferous appeal goes up... White coat
says 'not out'... Decision is referred... Snicko' shouts 'out'... Big Snicko'
graph proves the contact with the outside edge... TV white coat says 'no'... Punters and pundits utterly dumbfounded.
James Anderson takes a wicket, except that he doesn't. That's the wacky world of cricket we love watching.
It was one of those regular occurences in international cricket
when the entire ground, all the players, and every spectator is busy
celebrating or bemoaning a wicket - but the white coats disagree.
It was a farcical situationRead More »from Snicko’ seen but never heard