DUBAI: Delhi Capitals‘ spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has floated an concept of penalising the batting crew 10 runs for backing up too far on the non-striker’s finish and head coach Ricky Ponting is already in talks with the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) for a similar.
Spinner Ashwin on Wednesday stated that former Australian skipper and Delhi Capitals’ head coach Ponting is in talks with the ICC’s cricket committee for having a penalty if a batsman backs up too far on the non-striker’s finish.
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“After we performed (towards RCB), one aspect of the bottom was massive, I knew somebody would again up as a result of scoring boundaries was not that straightforward. They’d guys who might convert twos. So I knew it could occur. I went into my leap whereas delivering the ball and a gold helmet floated previous. I ended and thought, he was nonetheless outdoors the crease, simply staring,” stated Ashwin in his YouTube present ‘Hi there Dubaiahh.’

“He has been a superb good friend since we performed collectively for KXIP. So I let it slide as a last warning. Punishment must be extreme, dock 10 runs for backing up. No one will try this. Getting batsmen like this isn’t a ability. However no choices for the bowler both,” he added.
“I’ll say this. Cannot cease thefts until thieves repent. I can’t be police perpetually. I tagged Ponting within the tweet. He stated he would have requested me to run him out. He stated ‘a flawed is a flawed’. He is speaking to the ICC committee a few penalty. He’s actually attempting exhausting to maintain his promise,” Ashwin additional stated.
Within the match towards RCB on Monday, Ashwin gave Royal Challengers Bangalore’s opening batsman Finch a warning for leaving his crease on the non-striker’s finish whereas the spinner was heading in the right direction to ship the ball. Actually, he later took to Twitter to announce that this was the ultimate warning, and subsequent time he would run out any batsman discovered outdoors the crease.

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