Delhi Capitals coach Ricky Ponting has made a promise to his premier spinner Ravichandran Ashwin that he would converse to the ICC about imposing a run-penalty on groups whose batsmen again up too far on the non-striker’s finish.
Ashwin, who had been within the information for working out Jos Buttler after the batsman had backed up too far on the non-striker’s finish throughout an IPL recreation final 12 months, was seen giving a warning to Royal Challengers Bangalore opener Aaron Finch in Dubai on Monday.
“You can’t stop thefts till thieves repent. I can’t be police forever. I tagged Ponting in the tweet. He (Ponting) said he would have asked me to run him (Finch) out. Wrong is wrong he said. He said he is talking to ICC committee about penalty. He is trying really hard to keep his promise,” Ashwin revealed on his YouTube channel.
Ashwin’s gesture was a mark of respect for Ponting’s view level of not working the non-striker out. Besides, the let-off was additionally to do with Finch being an previous teammate.
“He (Finch) has been a good friend since KXIP (days), so I let it slide as a final warning,” Ashwin stated.
However, he additionally stated that he had apprehensions that non-strikers would again up since one facet of the bottom was large and RCB had good runners who can convert ones into twos.
“One side of ground was big, so I knew someone would back up. Because they have guys in their team who can convert twos. So I went into my jump and saw a golden helmet floated past. it kept going on its own. I stopped and thought, he was still outside, just staring,” he stated.
The senior off-spinner additionally stated that not less than 10 runs needs to be docked with the intention to cease batsman from stealing yards on the non-striker’s finish.
“Punishment should be severe. Dock 10 runs for backing up and nobody will do that. Getting batsman out like this is no skill but bowlers don’t have any option either.”