Yes, there could be odd occasions, there would be some strange run outs
, in fact I have been run out
on more occasions than I care to remember, Richardson, who played 42 Tests and 122 one-day international for South Africa, told BBC radio's Test Match Special on Sunday.
Dhoni was run out
for 99 in the fourth Test while Gambhir saw off two of his team-mates - Virender Sehwag and Cheteshwar Pujara - in the third match.
India's hopes of posting a competitive total were undone by five run outs
and a collapse that saw them lose their final seven wickets for 25 runs.
We played positively, but if there are so many run-outs, especially if a set player gets run out
, it does not help.
He signaled his intentions by pulling Makhaya Ntini for six over mid-wicket and a four down the ground off the next ball, but then appeared to lose his cricket sense by contributing to two run outs
to end the innings.
Surrey's reply was marshalled by Ramprakash and Mark Butcher, who scored 56, but they undermined their efforts with three of the first four wickets being run outs
In the next over Collingwood was also run out
Sri Lanka lost their fifth wicket when Marizanne Kapp affected a run out
in the tenth over.
Bridgetown, Apr 10( ANI ): Australian captain Michael Clarke has defended all-rounder Shane Watson after he featured in one of the third day's defining plays, which saw Ricky Ponting run out
for four, as Australia is trailing the West Indies by 201 runs at the close of the third day's play in the first Test.
Test flop Shaun Marsh was out for a two-ball duck and Finch was run out
by an outstanding piece of athletic fielding by Jadeja after David Hussey hit the ball straight to him at backward point and scampered for a single.
OWZAT: England skipper Paul Collingwood trudges off after he was run out
during England's 10-wicket one-day thrashing by New Zealand today
Michael Clarke (80) battled to keep the Australian innings alive before being the last wicket to fall, in the final over, when run out
by bowler Sanath Jayasuriya after backing up too far.