In cricket the leg break is the type of delivery which the bowler uses. This is the delivery a right handed spin bowler uses and is part of the slower Bowling styles.
It is the close leg position.
LBW in terms of cricket means leg before wicket.
In the theater," break a leg," is a well wish for a great show.
A cricket can lose a leg from an accident, such as escaping from a predator. They can also lose a leg from disease.
No, the expression 'break a leg' means good luck. "Break a leg" means "good luck" among show business people, but it doesn't mean "break a bone in your leg"; it means "take a bow" (by bending a knee).
It might mean you might end up like that or your leg(s) feel sore.
Break a leg. It doesn't mean literally break a leg - it's just theatre talk for "good luck".
Close leg side field-position behind the batsman's wicket of the striker end.It is a fielding position square to batsmen.
cricket has a bat a ball wickets and uniform and it has a helmet and 2 leg pads which cricket player have
if you want to break your left leg put a lot of your weight on you leg/ankle and twist it. No... you shouldn't want to break your left leg.
Googly is a type of ball wchich is bowled by a spinner this ball is mostly bowled by leg spinners.Googly is a pitch which is thrown with baseball's "screwball" grip but reverse finger spin... to look like a leg-break that should move across and AWAY from the batter, but actually moves in the OPPOSITE direction, i.e. INTO the batter like an off-break after it bounces.