Wouldn’t Win A Game Like That: UK PM Rishi Sunak on Jonny Bairstow’s Dismissal during 2nd Ashes Test

The controversial dismissal of England batter Jonny Bairstow has left cricket fraternity confused over yet another ‘spirit of the game’ dismissal.

The debate over the same is unlikely to settle down soon and now England’s Prime Minister has weighed in behind his team – who lost both the first two Ashes Test against Australia.

Notably, Bairstow was stumped by Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey on Day 5 of the second Ashes Test – while the Englishman left his crease anticipating end the over, but was adjudged out by the third-umpire.

As the Australians celebrated the dismissal, English cricket fraternity has been questioning Australia’s credibility and their call against the ‘spirit of game.’

In a fresh development, UK’s Prime Minsiter Rishi Sunak has opened up on the controversial dismissal and extended his backing to the England team.

The Prime Minister agrees with Ben Stokes. He said he simply wouldn’t win a game in that manner,” UK PM spokesperson said in an official statement.

Meanwhile, England head coach and man behind ‘Bazball’ cricket, Brendan McCullum claimed that Alex Carey will regret his decision. “You will forever be remembered for this,” Stuart Broad told Carey after after England pacer came out in the middle to bat.

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