Stay within the fold and live in peace, says Ashwin on the “Mankading” controversy.
New Delhi, August 27: Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin issued a long statement, expressing his thoughts on the ‘man-beating’ controversy and said that if anyone kicks Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma or any senior player in the knockout stage out of the game, hell will break out in that game. the condition.
Here’s what Ashwin wrote on X, previously on Twitter: “This is a fair assessment of the situation. Imagine someone running out Kohli, Rohit, Smith, Root or any decider on non-strikers in a World Cup semi-final or in a decider.” . The match that will determine qualification.
“I’m sure all hell will open and there will be a campaign of personal assassination by some experts who still don’t agree with it and of course the fans who are on the receiving end.”
Furthermore, he wrote: “At the moment not all teams do that but when the World Cup comes I really hope everyone will be ready for it, because taking the moral high ground and saying we won’t do that should open a strategic window for the Other teams and real teams take every advantage that comes their way because winning a World Cup is a lifetime achievement.”
He also wrote a solution to the problem stating that “There is only one solution, whoever the batter is and whatever the size of the situation, the batter needs to watch the player carry the ball up and turn his shoulder before he goes and if he doesn’t do that and he is out then we have to salute the player and tell the man The bat that he can do better.”
Ashwin himself created controversy when he punched Joss Butler in IPL 2019 season, after many other players did the same and the controversy grew even bigger. The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has clarified the law on several occasions and has also amended the law several times.
Recently, Pakistani bowler Shadab Khan was bowled out in a similar manner at the crucial stage of the game when Afghan bowler Fazlul Haq Farooqui bowled him.
However, Pakistan won the match on the second last ball, but talk of batting started again.
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