I was viewing the highlights of 2003 india vs pakistan ODI, in that match waqar younis took back to back wickets. And when then was a hattrick he bowled a york to mhd kaif who defended it. I first thought that the ball bowled by waqar younis was a lolly, but now i saw it again and upon impact with the bat it made a loud noise. So is the sound in television broadcast is edited i.e. lowered impact sound.
Another thing in another match between australia Vs south africa test match of year 2000. When shuan pollock went to field a four at boundary, and there was a big section of white crowd who was not chearing but jeering shuan pollock n' others. A poor state that cricketeers who are just for an occassional day are respected, while at most of their career times mouthfouled by the fans. And shuan pollock and many like him cause of the gentleman game they had to avoid the crowd. At many matches the crowd seems calm but in some matches like in england, india and australia,...rowdy audiences jeer at cricketeers which seems very bad. And the sound is infact shunned. Thats much more worse than sledging.
Last edited by phantom005 : 12-27-2012 at 11:54 PM.