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We have no control over rules of game: Morgan

Outlook – England were adjudged the winners of the World Cup on the basis of their superior boundary count — 22 fours and two sixes — to New Zealand”s 17 after the epic final, and the ensuing Super Over, ended in a tie.

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  • England were adjudged the winners of the World Cup on the basis of their superior boundary count — 22 fours and two sixes — to New Zealand”s 17 after the epic final, and the ensuing Super Over, ended in a tie.
  • But I can”t think of an alternative at the moment.
  • The rules are obviously set out a long time ago and we have no control over them,” said Morgan.
  • Earlier, when New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was asked if the rule was a fair way to decide a World Cup final winner, he admitted it was hard to swallow.
  • “When sort of two attempts to separate them with a winner and a loser it still doesn”t perhaps sort of shine with one side coming through, you know,” Williamson said, summing up.


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