England captain accuses Deepti Sharma of lying, says – warning of runout is wrong


Deepti Sharma told that England’s last batsman Dean (47) was run out.
She had gone too far leaving the crease even before the ball was bowled at the bowling end.
India had a clean sweep in the series after beating England by 16 runs on Saturday.

New Delhi: The matter of Deepti Sharma running out England batsman Charlie Dean does not seem to be calming down yet. A new controversy is adding up, with England captain Heather Knight ‘lying’ on the Indian women’s team and Deepti for warning her before running out Charlie Dean at the bowling end of Deepti Sharma in the final one-day international with India. ‘ has been charged.

All-rounder Deepti Sharma told that England’s last batsman Dean (47) was run out because she had gone too far from the crease before the ball was bowled at the bowling end. Let us inform that India defeated England by 16 runs in the series on Saturday.

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The England team was unhappy about the dismissal of Dean in this way and after this a debate started about ‘sportsmanship’. After returning home, Deepti on Monday revealed that Charlie Dean had been warned several times about stepping out of the crease before being run out. Knight, however, has rubbished Deepti’s claim in several tweets.

The England captain has accused the Indian women’s team of lying in the runout case.

Let us tell you that in this matter a new debate has started all over the world, which is not taking the name of stopping. This matter is being linked to Mankading. There is a constant debate going on on social media.

Knight wrote on Twitter, “The match is over. Charlie was legally dismissed. India deserved to win the match and series but no warning was given. But if they are comfortable with the decision to run out, then India should not feel the need to justify it by lying about the warning.

Tags: Deepti Sharma, Harmanpreet Kaur, Indian women cricketer

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