Unlimited, sloppy defending combined with overthrows!
a batsman can score any number of runs by running.
Of course yes. Without seeing the ball, the batsman cannot hit it with his bat and score runs for his team. The longer a batsman stays on the pitch, his visibility of the cricket ball improves.
To hit a six, the batsman must hit the cricket ball over the boundry rope without the ball touching the ground.
When a batsman plays some balls and gets out at 0 score is called "Duck". And When a batsman gets out on first ball at 0 score is called "Golden Duck".
12 runs No ball 6 + ball played for bowling no ball again 6
In cricket, the batsman can score any number of runs, depending on how well they hit the ball. However, many times they manage to run across the pitch and touch the ground at the end before the fielder knocks off the bail, is the amount of runs they score.
The most runs that a batsman can score in one shot is six, achieved by hitting the ball over the boundary without making contact with the ground.
no ,wide ball is not counted as a ball faced by the batsman in Cricket.but no ball is counted as a ball faced by the batsman in Cricket.
No, a batsman can not be stumped out off a no-ball. But he can b stumped on a wide ball.
Yeah, no ball is counted as a batsman faced it.
the ball is given a no ball
No, a batsman cannot be out hit-wicket off a no-ball.