All-rounder was given by the MCC, who are the rules’ defenders in cricket. India defeated England in the third women’s ODI here on Sunday thanks to Deepti Sharma’s striker’s run out of Charlotte Dean at the non-end. India prevailed that Charlie Dean (47), the final England hitter, was controversially adjudged to have run out for backing up. And it will be one of the important things.
“Whilst yesterday was indeed an unusual end to an exciting match. It properly officiated and should not consider anything more.”
The MCC said the statement.
“MCC’s message to non-strikers continues to be to remain in their ground until they have seen the ball leave the bowler’s hand. Then dismissals, such as the one seen yesterday, cannot happen.”
“The Law is clear, as it needs to be for all umpires to be able to easily interpret throughout all levels of the game and at all moments in the game. Cricket broad and the spirit in which played is very much different. As custodians of the Spirit of Cricket. MCC appreciates application interpreted differently across the globe”.
“Respectful debate is healthy and should continue, as where one person sees the bowler as breaching the Spirit in such examples, another will point at the non-striker gaining an unfair advantage by leaving their ground early.”
As it was one of the acts it is unfortunate and from first October there will no that kind of situation and the player have to maintain that. According to the MCC act but for now, it is a fair thing he has done.
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