Indian women’s cricket team has created history under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur. After defeating England by 16 runs in the third ODI, Team India cleaned the English team in their own home. This match will be remembered for the farewell of Jhulan Goswami, but Mankading is being discussed more than that. Actually, this match ended with Mankading. Deepti Sharma dismissed Charlie Dean by mankading, after which there has been a ruckus. The batter had already gone out of the crease before bowling, which was taken advantage of by Deepti Sharma.
Chasing the target of 170 runs, England’s team had lost 9 wickets in 35.2 overs for the score of 118 runs. But, Charlie Dean did not give up and together with Freya Davis brought the team to the threshold of victory. Charlie Dean was well set for 47 but Deepti Sharma made Charlie Dean Mankading on the third ball of the 44th over.
Charlie Dean started crying bitterly: As soon as the third umpire gave Charlie Dean out, the entire England crowd started booing Team India. However, the Indian players were seen smiling. While the game was controversial, Charlie Dean could not control her emotions and broke down on the field after being run out. Charlie keeps Dean in tears until she returns to the pavilion.