New Delhi: The Indian women’s team is currently on a tour of England. Recently, during the third ODI against England (India Women’s vs England Women’s) at Lord’s, India’s all-rounder Deepti Sharma had run out batsman Charlie Dean. After which there is continuous controversy. Many people have misinterpreted the way Deepti was run out. But, now in the midst of this controversy, former England cricketer Monty Panesar has said a big thing.
Monty Panesar has told the best way to avoid getting run out like this. Along with this, he has shared the video of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Through this video, he has told the best way. Monty Panesar has shared the video of both on his Twitter account. This video is from IPL. Monty wrote in the caption of this video that ‘This is how you do back-up, keep the bat inside the crease.’
This is how you back up. Keep your bat in the crease. #mankading https://t.co/1iqq6AijIj
— Monty Panesar (@MontyPanesar) September 25, 2022
In the video shared by Monty Panesar, Dhoni is on the non-striker end. It can be seen in the video that, he himself went ahead, but kept the bat in the crease.
Significantly, Lord’s Deepti Sharma had Mankading out Charlie Dean. After this, all the former England cricketers strongly criticized Deepti Sharma. However, Deepti has clarified this. He said that, ‘Even after giving warning to Charlie, when she did not agree, then she had to take this step.’
Mankading has long been a subject of controversy in the world of cricket. Recently the International Cricket Council (ICC) changed its rules. According to the new ICC rules, Mankading out will be considered as a runout. If the batter is at the nonstriker’s end and leaves the crease before the bowler releases the ball, and the bowler hits the stumps, the batsman is declared out.