Bangladesh captain Litton Das recalled New Zealand batter Ish Sodhi, who was run out at the non-striker’s end (Mankad Run Out) by fast bowler Hasan Mahmud on Saturday (Sep 23).
This incident happened in the second ODI between Bangladesh and New Zealand in Dhaka.
During New Zealand’s innings, the incident took place on the third ball of the 46th over. At that moment, New Zealand were struggling with a score of 224 for the loss of eight wickets.
Sodhi left the crease prior to the ball being delivered, while Hasan Mahmud displayed sharp reflexes to dislodge the bails at the non-striker’s end.
The on-field umpire, Marais Erasmus, eventually referred the decision to the third umpire, resulting in Sodhi being dismissed for being out of the crease.
Then Bangladesh captain Litton Das and bowler Hasan Mahmud engaged in a conversation with the umpire.
Subsequently, they decided to withdraw their appeal and recalled Sodhi to the crease, granting him the opportunity to resume his innings.
Ish Sodhi was on 17 off 26 balls when he was called back by Bangladesh captain. Then he scored 18 runs off 13 balls to help guide New Zealand to 254 (49.2 overs).
Sodhi hugged Mahmud on his way to the crease after the recall.
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