Popular terms in cricket

Now you have to have tips like hitting, bowler, referee, stump, etc. Now let’s know the terminology used in the game.

  • Striker – The pitcher facing the batter is the caller forward and the other end is called the non-striker.
  • Folded / Legged Side – Half of the ground is referred to as the off side, and the other side is referred to as the leg side. From the perspective of the right-hand batsman, the spacing at the front of his body, as he needs a hit, the right side of the tone is called the fold-end. Likewise, the left half of the asphalt, ie the tone behind his body, simultaneously takes the strike called the leg side.
  • Running – This is the basic unit of cricket scoring. When a striking batsman hits the ball and bowls the stump, the non-forward runs it down with it. It is usually scored in scoring, in twos and threes, and three-pointers.
  • The ball hit by the batsman passes through a borderline rope rolled by the ground. It is then called a boundary or four runs.
  • Six-of-six shots were directly assigned to the batsman to ensure that the shot was stopped.
  • No Ball – If a pitcher’s foot crosses an eye-popping crease while providing the ball, it is called without the ball. Kill the ball The top of the cricket player’s waist is not sold directly on the ground is a no ball.
  • Wide – Killed from the cricket player to leave and wide to move the ball wide at the end of the batting to return to the crease. Another definition is that the ball knocked down after the rebound in the cricket player’s head is also known as pitching.
  • Output – When the batter is out of control, it provides the chance for the person next to the batter to play to 11 of the 11 players that are fired in various ways. Kill, catch, run out, low birth weight, and stump is the most common way out.
  • Kill – It is out of control where the batter hits the ball and stakes the back of the stump, which is a way of restlessness.
  • Catch – When a batsman is announced, the outfielder catches the ball by the batter. If it is caught by the little doorkeeper, it is called to catch hidden.
  • LBW – LBW stands for the front wicket. The cricket player is out when he tries to bounce off the LBW with the body being guided into the stump.
  • Beating – If the fielder disturbs the stump in the handball while the batsman does not wrinkle a shot, then the batsman is declared beating.
  • Stumped – The cricket player moves out of the crease of the playing ball and misses the goalkeeper to hit the stump in the handball. Then, the batsman was announced as stumped.
  • Spin bowling – Bowling runs short distances from stumps to match the use of wrist or finger to get the maximum speed to release the ball. The ball threw the ball in the air after spinning. Turn off and leg off two varieties of spin bowling.
  • Fast bowling – Bowling sprints and hits the ball at high speed. To do this, they run from stumps for a long time. Slow to medium, medium and fast are the popular fast bowling varieties.
  • Extra Run – all batters given by the hitter in the dispatch team are not playing with bat bats that are considered to be extra runs. For example, wide, without the ball and so on
  • Bureau – batting and bowling sessions where either the batting team goes all out or takes over the amount allowed by the garrison to be killed.

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