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Kohli’s ‘Mankading scandal’, when Naren had a face-off at the non-strike end

New Delhi: The Mankading controversy arising out of last week’s match between India and England women’s cricket team is not taking its name to stop. There was a ruckus in world cricket when Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma did Mankading after explaining several times to English batsman Charlie Dean. Now the English team is saying that they were not given any warning. Amidst all this, an old video of IPL is now becoming fiercely viral on social media, when Caribbean spinner Sunil Narine is trying to trap RCB star batsman Virat Kohli in the same way. But King Kohli went two steps ahead of him. The story was settled in a joking manner, the matter is of IPL 2019. Virat Kohli used to be the captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore then. The match was being played at the historic Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. At that time Virat Kohli was close to a century. Host KKR bowler Sunil Narine was bowling the 18th over. Narine could not throw the ball due to the unpreparedness of Marcus Stoinis standing on the strike. Then Kohli, standing at the non-striker’s end, kept the bat inside the crease and sat down in a joking manner. Kohli did this to avoid Mankading. Seeing this, even Naren could not stop laughing.

Now the rule has been made Mankading run out Marylebone Cricket Club (ACC) has made changes in the rules of cricket (Cricket New Laws). All these rules will be applicable from October 1 this year. According to the old rule, Mankading came under Law-41 (Unfair Play). Now it has been moved to Law-38 (run-out). It will not be considered as an unfair play, due to which the controversy over it will also almost end.



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