Ravichandran Ashwin's Indian spinner has sparked a huge row in an IPL match between the Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab when Mankad, England, Jos Butler was.
A screenshot of Ravichandran Ashwin Indian spinner runs Jos Butler during their IPL game.
JOHANNESBURG – Indian Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has sparked a huge row in an IPL match between the Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab when Mankad, England, Jos Butler was.
Ashwin Butler ran out in the finale at the presentation stage which had shared views among many past cricketers and the current on social media.
Former Australian spinner Shane Warne was the most critical of Ashwin's actions, saying they were not in the spirit of the game while the ancient Indian broadcaster, Harsha Bhogle, said Ashwin had acted within the game's laws.
Nothing Wrong here, Everyone wants Victory
in accordance with ICC rules its decision is absolutely correct by Ravi Ashwin pic.twitter.com/FuegU1dvYn
– Nayan Kalita (@ NayanKa67450400) March 25, 2019
So so disappointed in @ ashwinravi99 as a Captain and as a person. All captains sign #IPL wall and agree to play in the spirit of the game. RA didn't intend to introduce the ball – so it should have been called our dead ball. Over to BCCI – this does not look good about the #IPL
– Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) March 25, 2019
Lots of drama on the Buttler runs out. It was bright but the law and advice on it was clear. The bowler is within his right to run a player out at the end of the striker if he is out of his craft t
– Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) March 25, 2019