The T20 World Cup 2022 starts on Sunday, October 16, with the passing round set to start off the exhibition. Sri Lanka and Namibia will launch the procedures at the 2022 T20 World Cup, as the different sides clash in the first-round match of Gathering A.
Four groups will qualify from the principal round to the Very 12 phase. In front of the masterpiece occasion, a joint question and answer session was facilitated with every one of the 16 skippers, tending to the media before the beginning of the competition.
Furthermore, in the stand-out presser, there was a fascinating second when one of the columnists requested that the commanders lift their hands in help assuming they would be alright with their bowler running out the non-striker.
Mankading’ as it was previously called, has been a huge talking point of late, after Indian Women’s cricket team player Deepti Sharma dismissed England’s Charlie Dean during a recent match between the two sides that divided the cricketing fraternity.
However, it seems that all the captains were in solidarity that there should be no place for ‘mankading’ or running out the non-striker in the sport.
Upon being questioned by one of the journalists to raise their hands if the captains would be ‘comfortable’ if their teammates ran out the non-striker batsman, all the captains in unity decided not to raise their hands, and nobody supported the much-maligned act. The mankading debate was in the spotlight once again during the third T20I between England and Australia, as Mitchell Starc warned Jos Buttler not to leave his crease early.
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