Deepti Sharma ran Charlotte Dean out on the non-striker’s finish for backing up too far within the forty fourth over and in consequence, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led defeated England within the third and closing ODI by 16 runs on the Lord’s Cricket Floor. This mode of dismissal has all the time garnered polarising views and as quickly as Deepti ran out Charlotte Dean, a number of cricketers got here out criticising the Indian spinner.
Quickly after, India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin additionally began trending on Twitter. You will need to observe that Ashwin who was then taking part in for Punjab Kings, then known as Kings XI Punjab, had run out of Rajasthan Royals’ Jos Buttler in the identical method in the course of the 2019 IPL. Ashwin was then criticised by a number of cricketers for not sustaining the “spirit of the sport”.
Seeing that he was trending on Twitter, Ashwin wrote: “Why the hell are you trending Ashwin? Tonight is about one other bowling hero @Deepti_Sharma06.”
Why the hell are you trending Ashwin? Tonight is about one other bowling hero @Deepti_Sharma06
— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) September 24, 2022
You will need to observe that earlier this month, the ICC introduced sure modifications to the taking part in circumstances.
Concerning “working out of the non-striker”, the ICC said: ” The Taking part in Situations comply with the Legal guidelines in shifting this technique of effecting a Run out from the ‘Unfair Play’ part to the ‘Run out’ part.”
Dean, who was the final England wicket to fall, was devastated, strolling away in tears after shaking arms with the Indian gamers.
She had walked in with the rating at 65/7 as England chased 170, and placed on a 38-run stand with skipper Amy Jones. Even after Jones was dismissed, Dean stored going and at the same time as Kate Cross fell to the retiring Jhulan Goswami, she stored England’s hopes alive.
However Deepti’s run-out meant India gave Jhulan Goswami a successful farewell match and in addition a historic collection sweep.
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