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Harsha adds a unique demand in the new super-over rule
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Harsha adds a unique demand in the new super-over rule

The veteran Indian cricket analyst, Harsha Bhogle backed up the new Super-Over rule launched by the International Cricket Council. According to the new rule, "In group stages, if the Super Over is tied, the match will be tied." 

In Semi-Finals and Finals, there is one change to the Super Over-regulation in keeping with the basic principle of scoring more runs than the opponent to win, the Super Over will be repeated until one team has more runs than the other.

Harsha commended on the decision by saying, “So the boundary count rule is scrapped in favor of multiple super overs. There will be many celebrations. I think the right decision has been made though the probability of what happened at the World Cup must have been almost impossibly low.”.

Moreover, the commentator made a unique demand as well. He said that the subsequent super-over should include the players which did not take part in the previous super-over. This will give a chance to the other players as well to showcase their potential in the high-voltage games.