Ellyse Perry
Ellyse Perry. (Photograph by Gareth Fuller/PA Photographs by way of Getty Photographs)

Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry took a dig at England following the Deepti Sharma run out incident that made headlines. This got here after the Indian participant ran out Charlotte Dean on the non-striker’s finish within the remaining ODI of the current sequence.

Deepti was topic to heavy criticism from many gamers of the cricketing fraternity as many former cricketers claimed that her actions didn’t uplhold the spirit of the sport. England had been nine-down in opposition to India earlier than the incident and the dismissal led India to win the sport and seal the sequence 3-0.

In the meantime, Perry didn’t again Deepti’s transfer but additionally took a dig at England. “I feel the general gist is not any good, do not do it, but when you are going to do it, do it to England,” she mentioned on Grade Cricketer’s podcast.

It was within the 44th over that turned the sport in India’s favour, due to the run out by Deepti Sharma. The run out was made when England wanted solely 17 runs to win with one wicket in hand. In the meantime, it was veteran quick bowler Jhulan Goswami’s final worldwide recreation and she or he acquired the proper farewell with a sequence win on the English soil.

Upon Deepti’s arrival in India, she instructed reporters that the run-out was pre-planned because the facet had anticipated it. “It was our plan as a result of she was doing it repeatedly. We had additionally warned her. So, in line with the rules of the foundations we did it,” mentioned Deepti.

Group India’s skipper Harmanpreet Kaur additionally supported Deepti for her presence of thoughts. “I assumed you’ll ask in regards to the first 9 wickets as a result of they had been additionally not straightforward to take. I do not suppose we’ve achieved one thing new. What I really feel is, that reveals your consciousness of what the batters are doing. I’ll again my participant as a result of I do not suppose she has achieved one thing which isn’t within the ICC guidelines,” she had mentioned through the post-match presentation ceremony.