IPL2020: Ashwin’s last warning, ‘Don’t blame me later’

new Delhi. One of the biggest controversies in the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been the “caping out” of Delhi Capitals team star spinner Ravichandaran Ashwin. Even before the start of this season, Ashwin had said that he would not miss out on getting a chance to get out like this. Despite this, in the match against Royal Challangers Banglore, he left Aaron Finch with a warning. But now they have clearly stated that they will not give further warning.

Finch had left the crease
In fact, RCB opening batsman Aaron Finch was at the crease when Ashwin came on the bowling and in the third over of his team’s innings, he was out of the crease before Ashwin threw the ball, ie Ashwin had to dismiss Finch Was the opportunity. But he left Finch just by giving instructions and then laughed.

Warned by tweeting later
After the match, Ashwin has warned all the batsmen of the tweet on this issue. He wrote in the tweet, ‘I want to make it clear. This is the first and last warning from my side in 2020 ‘. He further tagged his coach Ricky Ponting in the tweet and wrote, “I am making it official and don’t blame me later, Ricky Ponting.” Runout, non-striker. And of course, me and Aaron Finch are good friends.

Ponting also started laughing at Ashwin’s action
When Ashwin warned Finch during the match rather than dismissing him, Delhi coach Ricky Ponting, who was sitting in the team dugout, could not stop himself from laughing. In fact, in IPL-2017, when Ashwin used this method to dismiss, Ponting was the most criticized by him. This time both are in the same team, so before the season both were asked this question many times. At that time, Ponting had said that he would still consider it wrong to dismiss him like this. In such a situation, it was believed that this issue could cause a dispute between Ponting and Ashwin.

What happens manked out
If a non-striker end batsman comes out of the crease before the bowler throws the ball, the bowler can stop the action by stopping the action in the middle. In this manner, India’s batsman Ashok Mankad was out for the first time. For this reason, it is called Mankad out. However, some experts consider this to be the opposite of the spirit of the game.


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