Ashwin showed great courage by Mancadding Butler: DC Chairman Jindal | Cricket news

Ashwin showed great courage by Mancadding Butler: DC Chairman Jindal | Cricket news

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Dubai: Delhi capitals Chairman Partha Jindal on Saturday while arguing about the controversial issue of ‘Mankading’ Ravichandran Ashwin Ran out and showed a lot of “courage” Jose butler At the end of non-striker IPL After the batsman came back too far.
Jindal said that rules are followed when the issue becomes a matter again Ricky PontingThe head coach of Ashwin’s Delhi Capitals team said that he would not allow the spinner to resort to ‘mancoding’, which many consider to be against the spirit of the game.

“… rules are rules and every batsman should follow them. Ashwin worked very courageously on that occasion (during the last IPL), I don’t know if I would have done the same,” as Jindal Was quoted by as saying.
“It would not be right for me to comment on this because a lot has already been said.”
Ashwin, who captained Kings XI Punjab last season, will be out of the Delhi franchise for the IPL to be held in the UAE starting September 19.

Jindal said, “If you remember Mahendra Singh DhoniDismissed in the World Cup semi-finals (last year), he had walked just inches. Had he not been there, India would have reached the finals.
Earlier, Ashwin said that he would hold talks with Ponting on the issue.
Ashwin said on his YouTube channel, “… we will sit on a chat with him. He said that he wants to chat. We have already talked on the phone. It was a very interesting conversation.”
Earlier, Ponting had said that he would have “tight talks” with Ashwin and would not allow him to ‘mancadding’ them in the capitals.


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