VIDEO: R Ashwin Going Against The Rules And Doing Such An Act With Dhawan, Butler Got Angry

R Ashwin Going Against The Rules And Doing Such An Act With Dhawan, Butler Got Angry

The excitement of IPL 2023 is getting colorful with the last match. The 8th match of Season 16 was played between Rajasthan Royals and Punjab Kings. This match of the Indian Premier League was played for the first time at the Guwahati Barsapara Stadium. To win both teams tried their best. However, in this match, the best innings of Prabhsimran Singh and Shikhar Dhawan blew the bowlers of Rajwada’s team to pieces.

Meanwhile, a video is going viral in which Ashwin was seen repeating the same incident, for which he was often criticized. Seeing this shameful act of R Ashwin, Butler also appeared angry. You can guess by watching the viral video.

Butler’s anger erupted after seeing R Ashwin’s action:

The 7th over of the innings was going on. Meanwhile, R Ashwin was going to bowl the fourth ball of the over. Only then did he see that Shikhar Dhawan had stepped out of the crease even before bowling. As soon as Ashwin saw him coming out, he came back and started looking at him. We were trying to standardize. But, before Ashwin dismissed him, Shikhar had returned to the crease. Meanwhile, seeing this incident, the cameraman turned the camera directly toward Joss Buttler.

Butler was seen getting angry with R Ashwin’s act in the viral video. His facial expressions were telling the whole story. Please tell that R Ashwin has dismissed Butler through Mankading. During that time Butler used to play for Rajasthan and Ashwin for the Punjab Kings team.

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After this, Butler was very angry with his embarrassing act. However, Mankading was legal at that time. But, now this year changes have been made to this rule. Yes, before IPL it has been included in the rule as run out instead of managing.

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