Explained: How an MCC law of cricket denied Bangladesh four runs and hence a win against South Africa

South Africa continued their charge in the ongoing ICC Men’s T20 World Cup as they ended their New York leg with three wins in as many matches and now have one foot in the door towards the Super 8 stage. South Africa despite not getting their lengths correct on that surface at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, were able to defend a low score of 113 runs as Bangladesh fell short by just four. However, a cricket rule by MCC (Marylbone Cricket Club), the law-making body of the sport, had a bit of a role to play in the result.

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