The International Cricket Council (ICC) had attracted a barrage of criticism after England had been declared winners within the World Cup last in opposition to New Zealand on boundary countback after the tie in regulation interval and subsequent Super Over.
That compelled the ICC to tweak the rule which can enable repeated Super Overs within the semifinals and last till the winner is set. However, Taylor sees loads of advantage in sharing the trophy if the sport is tied.
“I’m still undecided in a Super Over in a one-day game, I think one-day cricket is played over such a long time that I have no problems in a tie being a tie,” Taylor informed ESPNCricinfo.
“In T20, to continually go on is the right way to go. A bit like football or some other games, trying to get that win in, but I don’t think the Super Over is necessarily needed in a one-day game. I think you can have a joint winner.”
Considering the size of the one-day recreation, Taylor feels tie is a good final result.
“During the World Cup I actually went up to the umpires to say ‘good game’, I didn’t even know there was a Super Over. A tie is a tie, I suppose you could have this argument either way, but in a one-day game I think if you can go 100 overs and still have someone equal at the end I don’t think a tie is a bad thing.”
New Zealand should not precisely Super Over specialists, having misplaced seven out of eight throughout codecs.
“One over throughout 50 overs or 20 overs is hard to swallow, but when we’re in that very same state of affairs we nonetheless again ourselves. First and foremost it’s important to try to win the sport within the allotted time.
“We have not been capable of be ruthless sufficient there, and if we will try this and never even let it get right into a Super Over then hopefully the appropriate outcomes comes,” Taylor added.
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