Batting incredible Sachin Tendulkar said that Sri Lankan quick bowler Lasith Malinga may need to get a slight change his bowling routine because of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) rules for the resumption of a cricket amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Malinga is broadly appraised as one of the best quick bowlers ever in restricted overs cricket. The Sri Lankan pacer likewise has one of the most unmistakable bowling activities in the world, especially how he discharges the ball. He is likewise known to kiss the ball regularly toward the beginning of his run-up which is the thing that Tendulkar pointed out.
“A certain someone will have to also change his run-up routine with the new @icc rules! What say Mali? #LasithMalinga,” Tendulkar tweeted on Tuesday along with a pic of Malinga kissing the ball at the start of his run-up.
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 23, 2020
Among the large number of rules endorsed by the ICC is that spit can’t be utilized to sparkle the ball as it is known to convey the infection. Players are likewise not permitted to utilize any fake substance as a substitute however can utilize their perspiration to carry out the responsibility.
How powerful this will be instead of spit will be seen when West Indies take on England in a three-Test series beginning on July 8.