1. Situation, Pakistani Boys Playing Gully Cricket Ask ICC For Help  Storypick
  2. ICC Turns Third Umpire to Confused Gully Cricketers in Pakistan  News18
  3. Pakistani Kids Playing Gully Cricket Tweet To ICC To Ask If It's Out Or Not, ICC Replies  India Times
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Gully cricketers, apparently from a city in Pakistan, asked the highest authority in cricket to intervene and judge a difficult ruling in their game. Gully cricketers, apparently from a city in Pakistan, asked the highest authority in cricket to intervene and judge a difficult ruling in their game.

ICC Turns Third Umpire to Confused Gully Cricketers in Pakistan - News18

Sharing a picture, they went straight to the apex cricketing body, the ICC, on Twitter and asked for a review!The ICC shared the picture from its official Twitter account.

Pakistani Boys Playing Gully Cricket Ask ICC For Help

Gully Cricket is the most interesting game that we used to play as kids. It was challenging too when the referee (basically, the kid who didn’t want to play) couldn’t decide whether the batsman was out or not. In a similar incident, street cricketers from Pakistan found themselves in a spot when they didn’t depend on their referee and wanted the International Cricket Council to interveneThe picture sent to ICC has the middle stump fallen over but the bails remain undisturbed. The decision seemed to be a difficult one even for the cricketing body.

ICC Gully cricket:Pakistani Kids Playing Gully Cricket Tweet To ICC To Ask If It's Out Or Not, ICC Replies - Indiatimes.com

“Out, or not out? 🤔”

ICC on Twitter: "Out, or not out? 🤔… "