World Cup 2023: It is common for matches to be tied in cricket matches. Whenever there is a tie, the match is decided after a super over. But in the last World Cup it was seen that the final match was tied twice. Due to this, the team which scored the most boundaries during the innings was declared the winner. Is it right to declare the result of a tied match like this, or in such a situation both the teams should be declared winners. Indian team captain Rohit Sharma has given the right solution for this.

Know what answer Rohit Sharma gave

Before the World Cup, the captains of all the teams have held a press conference. During this, a reporter of some media channel asked Rohit Sharma to answer this question. Rohit Sharma was asked whether the way England was declared the winner in the last World Cup after the match was tied because of more boundaries, was it right. Don’t you think that in such a situation both the teams should be declared winners. On this, Rohit Sharma said, ‘It is not my job sir, it is not my job to declare anyone victorious.’

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World Cup starts from tomorrow

Preparations for the ICC World Cup 2023 are being finalized. The World Cup is going to start tomorrow i.e. from 5th October. The first match of the World Cup will be played between England and New Zealand. These two are the same teams which faced each other in the final of the World Cup. In such a situation, New Zealand will definitely take the field with the desire to take revenge from England. The match is going to be held at Narendra Modi Stadium, the world’s largest cricket stadium, from 2 pm.