T20 World Cup: Mankading will not run out any team! Decision in absence of Indian captain Rohit Sharma

Melbourne: The waiting hour is over. Tomorrow i.e. from October 16, the T20 World Cup will start. In the first match, Sri Lanka and Namibia will clash in Round 1. After the qualifying round, the real battle i.e. Super-12 stage will start from 22nd October. Here arch-rivals New Zealand and hosts Australia will clash. Ahead of the start of the tournament, all the 16 captains attended a mega press conference on Saturday. During this an interesting incident happened, which almost made it clear that neither team is in favor of Mankading run out.

In fact, the pre-tournament press conference began with the first batch of captains from Australia, Afghanistan, England, New Zealand, Namibia, Netherlands, Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates. The second batch of captains were from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, West Indies and Zimbabwe. As soon as the event starts. The journalists took turns asking their questions. Meanwhile, ‘Mankading’ was the most discussed.

The captains were asked whether they would be comfortable if their bowlers had run out a non-striker batsman. All the captains who are in support of Mankading, please raise your hands, but all the players showed unity and did not show their support for Mankading. This made it clear that you will not get to see Mankading in the T20 World Cup. Interestingly, Rohit Sharma was not present on the stage at the time of the incident, but it will be interesting to see his stand on the issue.

What did Rohit Sharma say in the press conference?
From the great match against Pakistan to Bumrah’s injury, Shami’s return, Rohit Sharma gave his opinion on all the issues. In response to the questions, he says, ‘We are fully prepared. Everyone knows who is going to play. I don’t believe in last minute decisions. Mohammed Shami was at his home when he got corona then we called him to NCA. He worked hard there. He is currently in Brisbane. Indian team will reach Brisbane tomorrow. He will practice with the team. Shami is very positive, his recovery has been good. Jasprit has done well for us so far, but you are not under your control. He is 27-28 years old, he has a lot of cricket left. We will miss her.’

T20 World Cup press conference: Rohit Sharma doesn’t believe in whom? Spoke on playing XI before the great match against Pakistan

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