This is the most disappointing time when a well deserved century is terminated by illegal delivery which cost declination of century. This has seen many times in the cricketing sports. Once the same incident was took off with Virender Sehwag where his ton was denied by no ball delivery bowled by Randiv when the match was played between India And Sri-Lanka.
The same vibe was again captured in the 10th edition of BBL during the match between Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers played on Saturday.
James Vince was batting brilliantly and was coming more close to the century but a wide ball from Andrew Tye demolished his aim towards century. James Vincewas batting at a score of unbeaten 98 runs from 53 balls.
The whole tale was plotted like this when Sydney Sixers just needed 5 runs to win off with remaining 3 overs in their hand and with the completion of the over his other partner Daniel Hughes smashed the ball towards boundary for levelling the game. With that boundary team was just 1 run away from victory and Hughes just played three dots off Jhye Richardson to make Vince to conquer the century.
In the next over bowled by Andrew Tye was bowling and the fans were cheering the Englishman to make the ton but eventually the ball came to wide leaving the fate of century called off.
“James Vince was two runs off a century when Andrew Tye did this…Tye is definitely in the running for the biggest shithouse of 2021”.
“One recollected the time Randiv had done this to Sehwag. It reminds me of a match between SL and IND where Randiv delivered a no ball against Sehwag for denied a century.. Same did Tye Today, such a shameful act”.
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 30, 2021
“It would have been nice to get a hundred, it was only really when Hughesy blocked out a couple that I started thinking about it. In hindsight, I took one off Richo to cover which I probably shouldn’t have taken. Just focused on getting the job done, would have been a bit of icing on the cake but in the end just happy to be there at the end and get the guys home” quoted by James Vince