The three-match ODI series between India and England came to a dramatic close on Saturday with the visitors winning the third match by 16 runs. India had only a target of 170 to defend but they ended up sending England tumbling. England were down to their last wicket, still needing over 50 runs to win, but it looked like No.9 Charlie Dean might just lead them to an improbable win when her innings was ended by Deepti Sharma.

The circumstances of her dismissal has drawn extremely polarised reactions - Deepti had run Dean out while the latter was backing up, an action that is

commonly known as the ‘Mankad’. While the on-air commentators and England captain Amy Jones expressed their displeasure at the manner of dismissal, India captain Harmanpreet Kaur staunchly defended her team mate, stating that the dismissal showed Deepti's awareness. 
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