Piers Morgan leads outrage against Indian women after Deepti Sharma ‘Mancade’ Charlie Dean

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‘Absolutely pathetic way to win a cricket match’: Piers Morgan non-striker end Deepti Sharma leads outcry against Indian women after ‘Mancade’ England’s Charlie Dean insists team ‘should be ashamed of themselves’

Piers Morgan took to Twitter to call India cricketer Deepti Sharma Sharma’s controversial run out to win the third ODI, leaving England’s Charlie Dean in tears and having to be consoled by teammate Freya Davies Morgan, describing the run out as ‘pathetic’ and saying the team. Should be ‘shame’

Piers Morgan has described India’s ‘standard’ in the last one-day international against England as an absolutely pathetic way to ‘win a cricket match’.

With his team needing 17 runs to win, England batsman Charlie Dean was run out by Deepti Sharma at the non-striker’s end which sent shockwaves through the cricketing world.

Morgan was one viewer who was unhappy with the act and took to Twitter to express her frustration.

Deepti Sharma controversially ran out Charlie Dean at the non-striker end in the third ODI.

He said, ‘The entire Indian team should be ashamed of themselves.

‘Absolutely pathetic way to win a cricket match.’

England struggled in their chase of 170 for victory in the third ODI at Lord’s today but rebuilt well with a 35-run 10th-wicket partnership between Dean and Freya Davies.

The pair are going well and with 39 balls to spare, it looks like England can record a great win against an Indian side that has already won the series.

But with Davies on strike, Sharma ran into the bowl before stalling during his run-up and controversially ran out Dean to secure a 3-0 series win for the visitors.

The action caused euphoria around the ground and Dean broke down in tears as India celebrated.

Dean broke down in tears and had to be comforted on the field by teammate Freya Davies

Dean was finally all smiles again and head coach Lisa Keightley was comforted again

Several cricket stars have had their say on the matter, including male bowler Stuart Broad, who tweeted: ‘I personally don’t want to win a match like that.’

His views were echoed by wicketkeeper Sam Billings, who posted: ‘There is certainly not one person who has played the game who thinks it is acceptable. Not just cricket.’

James Anderson, England’s all-time leading wicket-taker in Test cricket, responded: ‘Spot on. There is no desire to tell.’

However, Alex Hales, recently called up to the England squad after a three-year absence, said: ‘It will not be difficult for non-strikers to stay at the crease until the ball is out of hand.’

It has been suggested that there was no warning from Sharma or the umpire about Dean leaving the crease early.

The images also show Dean staying at his crease until moments before bailing out, seemingly not trying to gain an advantage.

The laws were recently changed to allow the bowler to run up to run up the non-striker before the ball is bowled after several controversial incidents.

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