New Zealand head coach Gary Stead has voiced his opinion about restructuring the rules of ODI matches. He admitted that the defeat of Black Caps against host England in ICC World Cup 2019 final in super over was absolutely horrendous. That’s why Black Caps boss Gary Stead demand ”Rule Review” after a dreadful decision in World Cup final.

CWC2019 Final: Black Caps boss Gary Stead demand ”Rule Review” after a dreadful decision in World Cup final

New Zealand suffered a controversial defeat versus England in ICC Men’s World Cup 2019 final at Lord’s, London. Both teams scored the amounts of runs in regular play. Surprisingly, they also scored the amounts of runs in super over. Finally, England got the trophy due to their superior boundary count.

It’s a very awkward feeling when you play 100 overs of the match and then play super over and scored the same amounts of runs and still loosing. That’s such a horrific scenario. There’s should be a better way to determine the result.

Gary confessed his feeling about the match to the reporters on Tuesday.

Kiwis boss also said about the match should be determined by more specifical and authentic way which cricket fans around the world are hailing the best ever final in World Cup history.

I think the decision and rules should be reviewed and there’s should be a more authentic way to determine the result

Stead indirectly pointing his finger on ICC.

England was awarded six-runs in the last over by a deflected throw from James Neesham. Many fans around the world didn’t justify the decision of the umpire. Former umpire Simon Taufel also critical about the decision and think it was five runs, not six.

Stead wasn’t so critical about the decisions and thinks mistakes are part of life for everyone.

It wasn’t a wise decision to call for six-run. But, at the end of the day, umpires are also a human being.

Kiwis skipper Kane Williamson was a bit of critical of the rule.

Kane Williamson accepts their fate and stay away from criticizing
Kane Williamson accepts their fate and stays away from criticizing

He said –

We fell victim of the rule. No one’s defeated on the pitch. But, there’s must be a winner and there it is.

NZ players got worldwide acclaim due to their humble behavior in front of the world after the defeat. They never yelled at the umpire, used harsh words towards opponent players or anyone. It is really a good example to follow.

Williamson has shown the sports world how to behave with dignity after such a controversial defeat. He is a role model to follow

NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that was unlikely but they’re willing to give a hero’s welcome to their players.

New Zealand will resume their playing from mid-August versus Sri Lanka in 2019 after the World Cup.