The Mankading incident happened in the Under-19 World Cup when West Indian bowler dismissed the Zimbabwean batsman to secure one run win for his team but it sparked a controversy and it was easily the thing most talked by Cricket World on the day.
Some of the former players have given their opinion about the incident as former West Indian fast bowler Ian Bishop thinks that it is with in the law and batsmen should stay in the crease to avoid such type of dismissal as it is bowler's right to do this.
Bishop said that he would never do this himself but there is a law in the book and there should be no debate about all this. He said that this law has been changed many times but after that there is this law made so it should be respected and people should not argue.
Former Indian Cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar said that this kind of dismissal should be treated like other dismissals and there should not be so much arguments and debates about this. He said that batsmen should not lose the crease but if he does then he will pay price.
Pakistan's manager Zakir Khan said that players should avoid such kind of dismissals because of sportsman spirit as he gave example of Courtney Walsh who had given a chance to Abdul Qadir in 1987 World Cup, which showed his great sportsman spirit.