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Jun 5, 2014

What are ways to get out in cricket?

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    Jun 5, 2014

    There are 10 ways in cricket through which a batsman can be given out : -

    >> Bowled : - When ball hits the stumps then the batsman who is facing that ball will get out.

    >> Caught : - If a batman hits a shot and the ball is caught by someone in the field without touching the ground and in the boundary line then he will be declared out.

    >> Run out : - There are creases on the pitch in cricket. When a batsman hit the ball and take the run, if fielder throws the ball and it hits the wicket before a batsman reach the other crease then he can be declared run-out. A non-strike batsman can also be run out if he is outside his crease.

    >> LBW(Leg Before Wicket) : - If your leg is in the line of the wicket and ball hits your leg instead of hitting the stumps then a batsman can be given out.

    >> Stumped : - If a batsman goes down the crease and miss the ball and don't return in the crease until the wicket keeper hits the wicket then a batsman can be declared out.

    >> Hit Wicket : - While playing a shot if the bat of a batsman touches the wicket and the bails on the wicket falls then a batsman is out.

    >> Hit the ball twice : - A batsman playing the same ball second time will be given out.

    >> Obstructing the field : - If a batsman intentionally getting in the way of a fielder then he will be given out.

    >> Handled the ball : - If a batsman intentionally touch the ball with his hand when hitting the stumps then he will be given out.

    >> Timed out : - If a batsman don't enter in the field in 3 minutes after a dismissal of batsman then he will be given out.

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    Jun 5, 2014

    There are 10 ways to get out in Cricket : -

    >> Bowled
    >> LBW
    >> Hit Wicket
    >> Run out
    >> Caught out
    >> Timed out
    >> Obstructing the field
    >> Stump out
    >> Handling the ball
    >> Hit the ball twice.

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