In this match, Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma had run out Charlie Dean for leaving the crease before throwing the ball. India won the three-match series (END vs IND) by 3-0.
Buttler, 32, who is recovering from a hip injury ahead of the T20 World Cup, told talkSPORT, “In such circumstances, I will call the batsman back.”
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However, Butler himself has also been out in this way. In the 2019 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), then Punjab Kings (PBKS) bowler Ravichandran Ashwin had run out this Rajasthan Royals (RR) batsman for leaving the crease at the bowling end.
Butler said, “Nobody wants to see such things in the game. Everyone wants the game of cricket to be an exciting fight between bat and ball.
Butler was also supported by the vice-captain of the team, Moeen Ali. Moin, representing the team in the T20 series in Pakistan, said, “I do not support it. I don’t think I’ll ever do this again as long as I’m not very disappointed with someone.”
He said, “It is under the rules and there is nothing wrong in it. Players have the right to this. However, I hope it will not be used regularly. You don’t prepare a batsman to get out like this.”
The MCC has recently shifted the run-out of a ‘non-striker’ from the category of ‘unfair play’ to the ‘run out’ category at the bowlers’ end. However, this rule will be effective from October 1.
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