ICC’s New Rule Can Get Mahendra Singh Dhoni Penalized


Mahendra Singh Dhoni Penalized under the “fake fielding” law, which was as of late founded by the ICC.

Keep in mind past times worth remembering when Mahendra Singh Dhoni would trap adversaries by putting on a show to gather a toss and releasing it on to hit the stumps? The move, hailed by cricket intellectuals everywhere throughout the world, would now be able to get Dhoni punished under the “phony handling” law, which was as of late initiated by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The new Law 41.5 states that: “it is unjustifiable for any defender persistently to endeavor, by word or activity, to divert, misdirect or discourage either batsman after the striker has gotten the ball”. On the off chance that the umpires on the field establish that such trickiness is ponder, they can grant five punishment rushes to the batting group.

The new change which became effective on 28th September, 2017 asserted its initially prey inside 24 hours of its presentation, when Queensland defender Marnus Labuschagne was discovered “blameworthy” of attempting to trick the batsman by faking a toss amid a JLT One-Day Cup (residential constrained overs competition of Australia) coordinate.

While duplicity is a basic piece of the diversion and cricketers around the globe endeavor to create approaches to beat their partners, the law will undoubtedly give trouble to on-field umpires to translate what is “consider” and what is “double dealing”.

On Wednesday, noted observer and previous Indian player Sanjay Manjrekar brought the pain on the ICC for nature of the new run the show.

In a progression of tweets, Manjrekar reprimanded the ICC. “Five punishment keeps running for ‘counterfeit handling’ is the most absurd law that has been acquired, as of late. Urge ICC to rethink it,” he composed.

Manjrekar at that point guaranteed that it was not only a Twitter tirade with another tweet.

It is intriguing to check whether ICC answers to Manjrekar’s letter.