Here is how Cummins responded to Stokes’s comments on Bairstow controversy

1688365813 Here is how Cummins responded to Stokess comments on Bairstow
Australian skipper Pat Cummins talks to the presenter in a post-match ceremony. — Twitter
Australian skipper Pat Cummins talks to the presenter in a post-match ceremony. — Twitter

The weird dismissal of England’s Jonny Bairstow through run-out by Australian wicket-keeper Alex Keep it up Sunday has created a brand new controversy within the Ashes Take a look at.

In what turned out to be a match-winning second for Australia, Bairstow left his finish of the wicket believing that the supply he had confronted was a useless ball. To the cricketer’s shock, the wicketkeeper used the chance to shatter the stumps, which was later declared out by the third empire.

Responding to the matter, England skipper Ben Stokes had stated that he would have withdrawn his attraction if the identical had occurred with an Australian batter, displaying the spirit of the sport.

Nevertheless, when prompted to touch upon the incident in reference to Stokes’ remark, Australian skipper Pat Cummins responded with a one-word reply.

“Ben Stokes says he would’ve withdrawn his attraction,” the presenter requested in the course of the post-match dialog.

To this, Cummins responded with simply “okay”.

The Australian skipper’s response to the query drew blended reactions on social media. A debate on the spirit of cricket was sparked among the many followers and specialists.

Talking to BBC’s Take a look at Match Particular, Stokes had stated: “When is it justified that the umpires have referred to as over?

“Is the on-field umpires making motion, is that signifying over? I am unsure.”

The cricketer had stated that Bairstow was “in his crease then out of his crease”, including that he wasn’t objecting to the dismissal as a result of “it’s out”.

“If the shoe was on the opposite foot I might have put extra stress on the umpires and requested whether or not they had referred to as over and had a deep take into consideration the entire spirit of the sport and would I wish to do one thing like that. For Australia, it was a match-winning second. Would I wish to win a recreation in that method? The reply for me is not any.”

When prompted to remark if he would’ve withdrawn the attraction for a run-out in the same situation, Stokes stated: “Sure”.