In the second T20I between India and England at Nagpur, during the eighth over of the game; LED of one off the bails at the wicket-keeper’s was not working when made a contact with. This forced umpires to call for a replacement of a bail, so as to ensure fair play.

It was probably the first time in the history of cricket when a bail was changed during the game. The game was paused for about five minutes so as to complete the process.

In the end, Indian team won the game as Jasprit Bumrah bowled an immaculate last over and defended eight runs of it, to keep the hopes of Indian team alive in the series.

Here is the video: 

https://twitter.com/AkhilGu04115966/status/826002578492182529?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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