Hows its Made? | Anatomy of Pink Balls




Let' have a look at pink balls, how its made? Why does it differ from traditional red balls.

SO HOW HAS THE PINK BALL GONE DOWN?
In the wake of creeping to a 139-ball 53 in Hampshire's day-night area diversion against Somerset, England all-rounder Liam Dawson stated: 'On the off chance that you continue utilizing these balls you'll get some quite exhausting cricket.' 


The accord is that after around 20 overs of tremendous swing, the pink Dukes ball mollifies and loses its sparkle — meaning it moves around less and is less demanding to play. 

The customary red ball is excessively troublesome, making it impossible to choose in floodlit conditions, and the white ball ordinarily utilized as a part of restricted overs cricket would mix in with players' strips and sight screens. 

While red balls are colored, waxed and lacquered, white and pink balls depend on paint to give shading. The requests on pink balls, which should last 80 overs, are significantly more noteworthy than those on white balls, which are utilized for shorter types of the amusement. 

In any case, what else is there to think about the new pink balls? Watch our video above.