Lol... I can't belive I am bored enough to answer this. Batsman 1 hits a six, reaches century. The next ball is a leg bye (or a bye) and the batsmen cross and then Batsman 2 hits a six. ORThe second last ball is a wide where both batsmen cross and the next one is a six and the last a dot ball or the next ball is a dot and the last is a six. OR Ok I m bored there are too many scenarios
Incorrect1) the batsmen take the bye/lb after hitting a six, GAME OVER. It's the seventh run, and that's all there's left to play for.2) In the 2nd scenario, both batsmen don't reach their hundreds.
batsman 1 hits a 4..then they run 3..but its one short..so 6 runs to basman 1. 1 run to win. batsman 2 hits six. reaches 100. ?
There's another way possible.Batsman A hits 3, and then gets 4 overthrows. Umpire calls one short. A reaches 100 not out.Strike rotated. B takes strike, scores level. He hits six. 100 not out.Game over.
1st ball: wicket keeper tries to stop ball with helmet or thowin gloves so\(5 run penlty)2nd ball: he takes 1 run3rd ball : other bats man hits six
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