Hullabaloo on run-out

In the 3rd ODI between India & England women's teams, Charlie Dean's run-out at the hands of Deepti Sharma sparked controversy.

When Deepti was bowling, Charlie Dean left the crease before the bowler released the ball. Dean at the non-striker's end went too far ahead of the crease and Deepti blew the bails and umpire declared the English batter out.

Deepti's awareness

After the incident, English players including Sam Billings, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Sarah Taylor deemed the run-out against the spirit of the game.

Enland's outcry on spirit of the game

Earlier, there have been instances in cricket when the English team and players had disgraced the game of cricket in broad daylight. Let's know about such instances.

England's foulplay

English keeper Amy Jones took Smriti Mandhana's catch but went out of control and the ball slipped out of her hands. She appealed but got exposed in replay and Mandhana was declared not out.

2020 Tri-Series

Paul Collingwood walked out of the crease after playing the shot. New Zealand players ran him out. But in spirit of the game the appeal was withdrawn while the mistake was of the English player.

2009 Champions Trophy

In 2008, Kiwi batter Grant Elliott collided with Ryan Sidebottom while trying to take a run. He was run out by the English players ran Elliott out. The umpire was asked to withdraw the appeal but it did not happen.

2008 ENG vs NZ

In the 2013 Ashes, Ashton Agar's ball took the edge of Stuart Broad's bat and went into the hands of Michael Clarke at slips. But Broad didn't go to the pavilion. Umpire Aleem Dar also did not declare him out.

2013 Ashes Series

In the 2019 World Cup final, a throw from New Zealand player struck Ben Stokes' bat and went for a boundary. This gave England 4 runs. In the end, it proved decisive in England becoming the WC champions.

2019 WC Final

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