Here is how the term 'Mankading' introduced in the World Cricket?
With yesterday' match between Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals, the term 'Mankading' is trending across the globe. Yes, KXIP Captain, Ravichandran Ashwin has sent back RR batsman Jos Butler to the pavilion by Mankading.
Jos Butler was never in the crease when Ashwin is bowling. The KXIP Captain took off the bails in the final ball of the ongoing over. Over this out, there has been a lot of criticism mounted upon Ashwin by the Twitterati and the Legendary players across the globe.
Australian Legend, Shane Warne who said that he disappointed with the act of Ashwin has said its BCCI' turn to look over the issue. This Mankading is mostly seen in Gully Cricket.
When came to its history, this Mankading is named after Former Legendary Cricketer Vinoo Mankad. During the Australia series In 1947, Vinood Mankad had dismissed Australian Batsman Bill Brown twice by clipping the bails at the non-striker's end before bowling the ball.
With this, it is popular as 'Mankading' across the world and it is named after this former Legendary Cricketer. Because of Ashwin' act, everyone came to know how his act named as 'Mankading' and how and when.