Outstanding Game Awareness Anjum Chopra, according to Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma was dismissed for leaving the crease at non-strikers end in the third and final ODI at Lords . The decision has sparked a lot of discussion on social media .

Former India womens cricket team captain Anjum Chopra has defended Deepti Sharma, who was dismissed for leaving the crease at non-strikers end in the third and final ODI at Lords, as the Harmanpreet Kaur-led team won the match by 16 runs to clear sweep the series 3-0.Former English English Stuart Broad, Sam Billings, James Anderson, etc.have all tweeted that the practice of dismissal at non-strikers ends in cricket has sparked a lot of discussion on social media, with many saying it is not in the spirit of the game and that either we are playing by the rules of the game or not.It is written in black and white and is narrowly defined.

As a result, shehe is buried under covers or mid-off.If you went to bat again, you said no, you lost the bat.You should have struck it as a six, but we'll give you a second shot at batting because the fielder caught the ball.Is this really the spirit of the game?

I get that sports is about camaraderie, exercise, and building friendships with other people, which I fully understand, but it is not what we're talking about.We're talking about the game's laws.We are playing cricket against the traditional game-laws.Either repeal the rule that a player should not run out in this manner.

She was both involved there and here.I think it's also a great tool for boosting game awareness.In his interview with Anjum Chopra, he said, I'm in favour of my player and I don't think an unfair advantage should have been given to a batter.This was the farewell match for veteran India pacer Jhulan Goswami, who ended as the highest wicket-taker in womens international cricket.

She appealed.Charlie Dean was called out by the umpires.I do not think there is a lot of retaliation here.You shouldn't go up to the umpire to check whether the player has been bowled or not and then spark a scuffle oh!

So, I think it is kind of pointless.I don't see why a controversy should exist.It is entirely within the rules.Tomorrow, an Indian star could be playing.

I saw the game.I've seen ball-by-ball.I don't know exactly what happened to me, but it's probably irrelevant.According to Anjum Chopra, I don't see a reason to be offended by Deepti Sharma or dismissing the fact that it took the sheen from Jhulan Goswamis last game.

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