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Published on 30 Jan 2011 | over 6 years ago

In cricket, a runner was a substitute who runs on behalf of an injured batsman (who is still able to bat) to the side of the pitch. This is no longer allowed in international matches after a ruling of the ICC (International Cricket Council) a few years back....The Aussie players thought they were gifted a run-out, but did not account for the extra English runner on the field. Took pup a while to realise...

Only people familiar with cricket will appreciate the humour in this one...
[AUS v ENG ODI - 30/01]

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