New Delhi: The Indian women’s team defeated the England team (IND W vs ENG W 3rd ODI) by 16 runs in the third and last ODI match played at Lord’s. With this win, Team India has captured this ODI series by 3-0. Not only this, Team India has also given a memorable gift to Jhulan Goswami by cleaning up the English team. Although Team India won the third match, but this victory also created a ruckus.
Actually, during the third ODI match, there is a ruckus about England’s last wicket. This whole incident is of the 44th over of the English innings bowled by Deepti Sharma. At that time England needed 16 runs to win. At that time, Charlotte Dean and Freya Davis were at the crease and were trying to get the team to victory. That’s when Charlotte Dean, standing at the non-striker’s end, got out of the crease before Deepti Sharma delivered the fourth ball of that over and Deepti dropped the bails instead of throwing the ball.
Run-out while backing in the non-striker end at the home of cricket – Lord’s by Deepti Sharma. pic.twitter.com/WbLzSJVQ3h
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The Indian players appealed for a run-out (Mankading), after which the on-field umpire signaled the third umpire. After which it was confirmed in replays that Dean had left the crease prematurely and the third umpire declared the English batsman run-out. The celebrations started in the Indian camp as soon as Dean was run-out.
Here is how it happened #Mankad #ENGvsIND
— D (@shekhariyat) September 24, 2022
On the other hand, the English players were unhappy with this. Charlotte Dean and Freya Davis’ eyes watered. According to Mankading, when the bowler feels that the batsman at the non-striker’s end is leaving his crease long before the ball is delivered, the bowler can run out the batsman standing on the non-striker. In this the ball is not recorded but the batter is out.