For the second time in this World Cup a batsman survived despite the ball hitting the stumps.Sri Lankan captain, Dimuth Karunaratne was the benificiary from the zinger bails controversy.The 31-year old had inside edged a Trent Boult delivery that went onto hit the stumps but didn’t not dislodge the bails.The 140-kmph delivery had clipped the stumps and the bail almost came off the groove. But just like every funny zinger bail story, the batsman had the last laugh.Though it did not affect the Kiwis much as Sri Lanka were bowled out for 136 in 29.2 overs. But it would have been even less, as Karunaratne went on to score 52, the highest in the Sri Lankan line-up.The Zinger bails or the lighting bails were first used by ICC during the 2014 T-20 World Cup.The domestic Australian T-20 league gave birth to these special bails which are heavier than the usual ones.Twitterati also stepped into the hot debate.Pakistan Bowled Out For Their Second-Lowest World Cup ScoreEven during IPL 2019, there had been multiple zinger bail controversies, but as per the ICC laws there is actually no provision on the weight of bails. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.