If the bowler runs out the batsman standing at the non-strike end before leaving the crease before throwing the ball, the manking is run out.
Ravichandran Ashwin bowled out Manning the Rajasthan Royals' Jos Buttler in a match of IPL 2019
Ashwin was the captain of Kings XI Punjab in 2019, now he will play for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020
Dainik BhaskarDec 31, 2019, 11:04 AM IST Sports Desk. Spinning Ravichandran Ashwin's manning run-out in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 was very much discussed. On Monday, a fan on Twitter, Akash asked Ashwin which batsman Mankanding will run out in IPL 2020? In response, the Indian bowler said that whoever crosses the crease will be manning out.
Playing for Kings XI Punjab, Ashwin bowled out Jos Buttler of Rajasthan Royals on 25 March 2019. Butler, who was standing at the non-strike end, was run out by Ashwin when he exited the crease before bowling. This method of getting out is called 'mankanding'.
Anyone that goes out of the crease. 4
– Ashwin Ravichandran (@ ashwinravi99) December 30, 2019
Once Sachin stopped Ashwin, however, it was not the first time that Ashwin had run out of any batsman in this way. He had dismissed a batsman in the same way in an international match 7 years ago, but then Sachin Tendulkar stopped him from doing so and saved the team from being gritty.
On 30 April, Ashwin tried to dismiss Hyderabad batsman Wriddhiman Saha twice in a 'mankanding' manner, after Ashwin tried to dismiss Riddhiman. However, this time Ashwin did not succeed as Saha was cautious both times. Then Umpire S. Ravi appeared to be trying to avoid any controversy and he had also given an explanation to Ashwin by calling him a pass.
The name 'Mankading' is due to Veenu Mankad, dated 13 December 1947. During a Test match between India and Australia, Vinoo Mankad of India dismissed Will Brown of Australia in a similar way. Since then, this method is called 'Mankding' based on the surname of Veenu. This rule applies in cricket but the opinion is divided. Some knowledgeable and former players are in favor of this, while some say that this way of dismissing the batsman is contrary to the spirit of the game.