Deepti Sharma had brought about that controversial run against Dean last week to complete India’s 3-0 whitewash against England.
The type of dismissal is currently listed in the Unfair Play section of the Acts, but is set to be moved to the Run Out section from October 1 if an update in the ICC Game Terms comes into effect.
Upon arriving in India, Deepti said she warned Dean several times before taking the bails. English captain Heath KnightHe, who was sidelined with an injury, accused Deepti of lying.
Ahead of the Asian Women’s Cup, Harmanpreet said it was time to move on while supporting Deepti’s action.
“We’ve noticed these things from the last few games. She took long hits and undue advantage, it was Deepti’s awareness (that she removed the bails),” Harmanpreet said.
“It wasn’t part of the plan but everyone was there to win the game. Whenever you’re on the ground you want to win at all costs. The most important thing is to play within the rules. Whatever we did , was very fine.” the rules.
“Whatever happened, it wasn’t part of the plan, but it happened, we have to move on,” Harmanpreet said.
India meets Sri Lanka in the opening game of the Asian Women’s Cup on Saturday.