Along with Jemima Rodriguez, other cricketers including Jhulan Goswami and Harleen Deol have walked the ramp imitating the models.
Cat walk of Indian women cricketers
Team India women’s cricket team (Indian women’s cricket team) has created history in the land of English after exactly 23 years. They beat England for the first time on their home soil and won the ODI series 3-0. Thus, Harmanpreet Sena gave a grand farewell to Jhulan Goswami who played the last match of his career. Meanwhile, Harman’s army has no matches after the series against England. Thus, Team India will get full rest till the 2023 ODI World Cup. Meanwhile, after the series against England, the women cricketers of Team India celebrated by wearing PPE kit and catwalk at the London airport.
Along with Jemima Rodriguez, other cricketers including Jhulan Goswami and Harleen Deol have walked the ramp imitating the models. This beautiful video was shared by Team India women’s player Jemima Rodrigues on social media and now this video is going viral everywhere.
I’ve never loved a team more😭
— s (@_sectumsempra18) September 26, 2022
A big welcome
At the same time, the women cricketers of Team India who arrived in the motherland were also given a grand welcome. Jhulan Goswami and all-rounder Deepti Sharma, who bid farewell to cricket, received a grand welcome from fans at the Kolkata airport.
Meanwhile, in the final ODI against England, Deeptis Sharma manhandled England’s batsman Charlie Dean, sparking a lot of controversy after the match. Charlie Dean is known to have cried after losing the match. As a result, England cricket fans criticized Deepti Sharma for playing against her sportsmanship. But many cricketers and celebrities supported the Indian team player and said that Deepti had done the mankading according to the rules.
We have warned many times
Speaking to the criticism after returning to India, Deepti Sharma replied, “It was our plan because he (England batter Charlie Dean) was doing it constantly. So we warned them many times. But this was not taken seriously by the England batter. That is why we have done this runout as per ICC rules.
What did MCC say?
Following this controversy, the MCC, the governing body of cricket, ruled that a batsman standing at the non-striker’s end cannot leave the crease until the ball has been released from the bowler’s hand. The MCC said that if the batsman standing at the non-striker’s end had made this mistake, running out the bowler would have been the correct course of action as per the rules of cricket.