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Kane Williamson Sneaked Against India, All Right, But It’s Not A Good Program, None Of Us Would Do That: The T20 World Cup is over and now the cricket world is waiting for the India-New Zealand series. The Indian team will be led by Hardik Pandya in the T20 format of the series and Shikhar Dhawan in the ODI format.

The New Zealand squad, captained by Kane Williamson, has also been announced the other day. The series will start on November 18 and will have three matches each in T20 and ODI.


Before the match, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson criticized India without naming them. He commented on the method of running out a non-striker called ‘Mankading’.

Recently, Indian superstar Deepti Sharma kicked out England all-rounder Charlotte Dean, and Marketing has again given way to discussions. R. who made headlines years ago with Mankading. It was Ashwin.

Even though it is accepted by ICC, many cricketers are not ready to accept it. England’s men’s players criticized Deepti Sharma. At that time, people including Ashwin had come to the scene in defense of Deepti and Mankading.

In an interview with NDTV, Kane Williamson says that he does not agree with this method of getting the non-striker out. He also stated that he does not consider this a good method.

“There is a lot of discussion going on about this. But we don’t intend to do that anyway. Personally, I don’t consider this to be a great way to play.


At first glance, this method may seem important. That means you play your best and you also make sure that someone doesn’t leave the crease early and take an extra lead, so to speak.

But people come to watch the game to see the bat-ball clash, and no one gets excited to see a no-ball go off,’ Kane said.

Kane’s words have stuck in the minds of Indian cricket fans, even though he did not mention any names of the Indian players because the actor talked about the same in the interview given before the series with India. Discussions have started on social media, both against and for Kane’s words.


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