Score calculation in cricket
Running from one end of the field to the other three cylinders: 1 unit
Hit the ball out to the edge of the court: 4 cells
Hit the ball without touching the ground, flying outside the boundary line (including flying into the stands): 6 cells
Countervailing cricket is the longest cricket type, up to five days. A cricket match was attended by two nations; if there are no two states, it will not be recorded as antagonist criket. Currently, ten countries are registered to play cricket against International Cricket Council (ICC).
ICC allows a country to participate in a cricket competition if that country reaches an acceptable level. A cricket match can last five days; If a team wins five days before, the fight ends early. If after five days, no team wins, the result is a draw.
In opposing cricket sports, each team alternately plays and serves the ball; Each team can play a maximum of two balls. The goal of the game is to gain more points than the other team, in a total of two batting sessions.
In opposition cricket, to win, a team must knock the opponent out twice (or have a team ask to lose (declaration)). If a team gains more points, but the opponent is not eliminated, but continues to serve, succeed until the end of the maximum time, then the result is a tie.
The first cricket match was held in 1877, attended by England and Australia.
Daily single cricket
One-day cricket is a new type of cricket, invented around the 1960s and 1970s. Cricket matches are held every day. In a single-cricket match, each team is allowed to play the ball, for a limited time, usually 50 “over” rounds. After the restricted ball stroke, double, second alternately hit the ball.
If a team is disqualified before the time limit, then the opposing team is allowed to start hitting the ball. If the second team achieves the score of the first team within the limit, the second team wins. If the second team is eliminated before reaching the number of points of the first team, then the first team wins.