What is BazBall cricket, in which Team India remained in Edgbaston for 3 days and then got defeated?

Badgeball is a term inspired by cricket England coach Brendon McCullum.

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When Rishabh Pant scored 146 runs in the first innings, England’s assistant coach Paul Collingwood said that he played cricket like Bazball. Meaning this name was on everyone’s tongue. But what is this? Where did this word come from?

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TV9 Hindi

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Saket Sharma

Jul 06, 2022 | 10:00 AM




When the teams of India and England were face-to-face at Edgbaston, one word was reverberating in the ears of the people – Bazzball. What is this BazBall? This question arises because everyone was using it. Whether it is a commentator, the biggest cricket pundit or even a fan why not? But have you ever tried to know the meaning of this word? When Rishabh Pant scored 146 runs in the first innings, the assistant coach of England said that he played cricket like bassball. Meaning this name was on everyone’s tongue. But what is this? Where did this word come from? And if we are calling it cricket, then what is the nature of the game in it? Let us tell you the meaning of BazBall cricket and its meaning?