R Ashwin Last Warning To Batsmen, Says He Won’t Leave Next Time

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Spinner R Ashwin, who was caught in the Indian Premier League last season’s mankading controversy, has given the first chance this time. Ashwin, who played on behalf of The Delhi Capitals, alerted Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman Aaron Finch by warning him before mankading during the match. After the match, he announced on social media that it was the first and last warning for all the batsmen of the IPL 2020.

Spinner R Ashwin had a chance to be in the match played against Delhi and Bangalore on Monday. Bangalore’s opener Finch left the crease before putting the ball, but Ashwin warned him before he was out. The picture has gone viral on social media. Ashwin has done a lot of things about the mankading and he believes that it is not wrong in any way.

After the match, Ashwin also made a tweet and cautioned all the batsmen in a warning accent. I make it very clear, this is the first and last warning in 2020, “Ashwin wrote. I am making it official, then nobody blames me.

The controversy over Butler’s mankading

R Ashwin, who captained Kings Eleven Punjab last season, was out of the Rajasthan Royals batsman who had been out of the mankading. A lot of talks was made about it and Butler misconstrued it. Many luminaries also came in support of Butler, but he remained adamant. Even before playing on behalf of Delhi this time, Ashwin had made it clear if the next time he had a chance, he would not miss the mankading.

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