IPL 2020: "No friends there," McClenaghan can't wait to watch Ashwin mankading against RR

Ashwin warned all batsmen in IPL 2020 of mankading after RCB's Finch was spared by him.

R Ashwin and Aaron Finch | Twitter

Mumbai Indians (MI) pacer Mitchell McClenaghan is excited for the clash between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) after R Ashwin gave a mankading warning. 

On Monday, when Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) batsman Aaron Finch left his crease before Ashwin delivered the ball, the offie stopped in middle and warned him.

Many felt Ashwin should have dismissed the batsman without prior warning, but he cleared after the match that it's his last warning for this season and jokingly added that Finch is his good friend.

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"Let's make it clear. First and final warning for 2020. I'm making it official and don't blame me later on. @RickyPonting #runout #nonstriker. @AaronFinch5 and I are good buddies btw," he wrote on Twitter.

McClenaghan reacted to Ashwin's words and tweeted that he can't wait for Delhi to face Rajasthan where the off-spinner has no friend. It was a subtle jibe at the last year's mankading incident when Ashwin dismissed Jos Buttler.

"Everyone on Twitter now waiting for the @DelhiCapitals vs @rajasthanroyals game #nofriendsthere," Mitch posted. 

Both the matches between Delhi and Rajasthan are yet to be played, and they will lock horns on October 9 and 14.


By Sihyeu Singh - 06 Oct, 2020

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