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Extraordinary moment a stump microphone BLOCKS a run out during the Women's' T20 International between Australia and India in Melbourne India robbed of a certain run-out by technology in T20 women's cricket game Loose stump microphone cover saved Australian Meg Lanning from being out Extraordinary moment left television commentators and cricket fans bewildered

By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:45 GMT, 12 February 2020 | Updated: 18:56 GMT, 12 February 2020

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Technology has been responsible for an extraordinary hiccup during a crucial T20 international cricket women's game.

India was robbed of a certain run-out by a stump microphone cover in the Tri-series final against Australia at Melbourne's Junction Oval on Wednesday.

Australian captain Meg Lanning was hunting for a quick single when Indian Shikha Pandey grabbed the ball and immediately aimed towards the bowler's end, where a loose microphone cover on the stumps blocked the run-out.

Meg Lanning (pictured) couldn't been believe her luck when she was saved by technology

Meg Lanning (pictured) couldn't been believe her luck when she was saved by technology

Television replays show a diving Lanning clearly out of her crease had the ball hit the stumps.

The run-out would have sent her back to the pavilion on 20

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