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Ravichandran Ashwin 'Mankads' Jos Buttler: You Need to Know About The Controversial Rules

Ravichandran Ashwin 'Mankads' Jos Buttler: All You Need To Know About The Controversial Rule

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  • Jos Buttler was left fuming after being 'mankaded'
  • Ashwin found himself at the receiving end after taking the step
  • It seemed KXIP were running out of ideas
After Ravichandran Ashwin, himself found himself after 'Mankading' in Jos Buttler in the IPL match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP). According to the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) rule book, 41.16 Law: The non-striker went to the primary position of his land, "If the striker comes out of his playground, immediately after the moment the bowler is generally expected to release the ball, Are allowed to try. Whether the attempt is successful or not, the ball will not be considered as over.
"If the bowler fails to try out the non-striker, then the umpire will call the dead ball as soon as possible and signal it."
The 'mankading' incident took place after Buttler (69) and skipper Ajinkya Rahane (27) got Rajasthan off to a brisk start in the chase.
Butler, in particular, looked at a devastating mood, because he did not exclude a single KXIP bowler and took 2 wickets in two overs in eight overs, tied in the fifth over with 29 balls.
But when it comes to thinking that KXIP is coming out of mind, then captain Ashwin feels impossible because Butler is the first manakadai in the history of IPL. In the 13th overs, Rajasthan Royals scored 108 runs on the scoreboard.
Source - NDTV

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