Who won the first cricket match

In the batball sport of cricket, two teams (Teams) 11 players each. A game (match) consists of halves (1st and 2nd innings) and is played on grass pitches of around 15,000 m². There are 11 players from the “throwing” team and two players from the “batting team”. English:fielding side / team and batting side / team.

In addition to the flat bat (Bat), the mostly red ball (ball) and the gates (Wickets) - three vertical bars (Stumps) and two loosely lying sticks (Bails). The throwers (bowler) try to hit and destroy the wicket with the ball. The batsman (Batsman) tries to prevent that with the bat and in turn the necessary points (Runs) to do by hitting the ball (score). As long as the ball is not back on one of the two wickets, the two batsmen try to swap their places 20 meters opposite, even several times. That counts as run / s. Should a batsman fail to reach one of the wickets in time and a field player (Fielder) destroys the wicket if it is "off" (out - in this case:run out) and the next batsman comes into play. The other most common “out” possibilities out of ten are when the batted ball is caught by a fielder without touching the ground (caught); when the bowler destroys the wicket with the ball (bowled).

The 1st innings ends after a specified number of balls thrown or before, if all batsmen are out (all wickets down). The 2nd innings starts with reversed roles: the fielder become batsmen and vice versa. If the new batting team succeeds in scoring more runs, it wins. If the fielding team manages to remove all batsmen from the game before the end of the inning, that team has won.