Charlie Dean Breaks Silence On Mankading Controversy
The matter of dismissing England batsman Charlie Dean from Mankading (run out) of Indian Women’s team all-rounder Deepti Sharma is still hot. The statements of cricket legends are constantly coming out on this matter. Deepti Sharma also recently spoke on this issue in front of the media. Charlie, who is now a victim of runout, has also shared his views on this issue through social media.
She said that from now on she will remain in the crease before the delivery of the ball. Sharing some photos with the England team on social media, Charlie wrote, ‘End of summer was interesting. It is an honor for me to play in the England jersey at Lord’s Cricket Ground. From now on I will probably be in my crease.
India made a clean sweep against England
The India-England Women’s ODI series was held in England from 18 September. In this series, India made a clean sweep of England 3-0 at their own home after 23 years. During the third and last match of the same series, Deepti Sharma had Mankading out Charlie Dean of England. After which Charlie returned to the pavilion crying.
A huge controversy arose over the manner in which Deepti was run out. The sports world was divided into two factions. Some people believe that Deepti’s method was according to the ICC’s rulebook, while someone justified this method of Deepti as wrong. During this, the Indian cricket team’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur and the entire team were seen standing with Deepti.
Deepti also broke her silence
The Indian Women’s team has returned to India after winning the series 3-0. On Monday, he spoke openly in this matter and presented his side. He said, ‘On the field, she was running for runs before throwing the ball again and again.
The team India had also complained about this to the umpire, but when the English batsman did not agree, he was forced to get out. We had prepared a plan to get him out. It’s not wrong. Was dismissed purely on the basis of rules.