IPL 2021: Parth Jindal, owner of Delhi Capitals, backs R. Ashwin following overthrow incident
Dubai: Delhi Capitals owner Parth Jindal backed Ravichandran Ashwin, his team’s off-spinner, in the one-end incident at IPL 2021. In Delhi’s three wicket defeat Capitals against the Kolkata Knight Riders, Ashwin had a verbal exchange with Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Eoin Morgan and Tim Southee after catching an extra point following a throw that ricocheted off the arm of his partner and captain. of Delhi Rishabh Pant in the Delhi rounds final.Read also – IPL 2021: confidence in my abilities helped me to return to the wickets, says Yuzuvendra Chahal
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So when the ball ricochets off Ben Stokes for 4 more races which alone allows England to win the 50th against the World Cup, is there no problem? But when Ash does an extra run, does the world go crazy? #Hypocrisy at its best – completely behind you @ ashwinravi99
– Parth Jindal (@ ParthJindal11) September 30, 2021
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âSo when the ball ricochets off Ben Stokes for 4 more races which alone allows England to win the 50th against the World Cup, is there no problem? But when Ash does an extra run, does the world go crazy? #Hypocrisy at its best – fully behind you @ ashwinravi99, âJindal wrote on Twitter Thursday.
Earlier today, Ashwin said through a series of tweets that he had recounted his version of the Sharjah incident.
â1. I turned to run the moment I saw the fielder throw and knew the ball had hit Rishabh. 2. Will I run if I see him !? Of course I will and j “I’m allowed to. 3. Am I a shame like Morgan said? Of course not. 4. Did I fight? No I stood up for myself and that’s what my teachers and my parents taught me how to do and please teach your children how to defend themselves.
“In Morgan’s or Southee’s cricket world, they can choose and stick with what they believe is right or wrong, but are not allowed to take a high moral stand and use words. derogatory. What is even more surprising is the fact that people are discussing it and also trying to talk about who is the right and the wrong person here! “
“To all fans of ‘Cricket is a Gentleman’s Game’ in the house ‘: there are millions of cricketers with many thought processes who play this great game to make it their career, teach them what to do with it. An extra run taken due to a bad throw aimed at getting you out can advance your career and an extra yard stolen by the non-attacker can break your career.
“Don’t confuse them by telling them that you will be called a good person if you refuse the race or warn the non-attacker, because all those people who call you good or bad have already made a living or they are doing what it is necessary. succeed elsewhere. Give your heart and soul to the pitch and play by the rules of the game and shake hands when the game is over. The above is the only “spirit of the game” that I understand. “
Former Indian opener Aakash Chopra sided with Ashwin in the matter by tweeting, âEverything in the laws of the game is in the spirit of the game. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Does a drummer work when he nicks? Does a bowler appeal even if he is not 100% sure? Isn’t this a violation of the so-called “Spirit”? “
The Delhi Capitals’ next game will be against the Mumbai Indians on October 2 in Sharjah. The IPL 2020 finalists are second on the points table with 16 points from 11 matches.