Sehwag raised question on BCCI, why this injustice to CSK batsman?

DRS Controversy: A major controversy broke out in the IPL match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Thursday. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Devon Conway could not use DRS after being ruled out lbw match, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had DRS. It was injustice to CSK batsman Mumbai Indians fast […]
 


Sehwag raised question on BCCI, why this injustice to CSK batsman?

DRS Controversy: A major controversy broke out in the IPL match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Thursday. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Devon Conway could not use DRS after being ruled out lbw match, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had DRS.

It was injustice to CSK batsman

Mumbai Indians fast bowler Daniel Sam’s ball hit the pads of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Devon Conway, after which the batsman was dismissed by the on-field umpires. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had DRS available but due to power cut DRS was not available, so Devon Conway was out for zero and had to return.

Virender Sehwag raised questions on BCCI

Former India opener Virender Sehwag has raised questions with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) regarding the DRS controversy. Speaking to Cricket Buzz, Virender Sehwag said, “It is a matter of great surprise that DRS was not used due to power cuts. Generators can be used in big T20 leagues like IPL.

Why not use a generator?

Virender Sehwag quipped, ‘Software can be run from the generator and DRS is used. This is the biggest question before the BCCI. If the power supply is interrupted, is the generator used only for lighting and not the broadcaster? I was surprised. DRS should be used when there is a match or a rule should be made that DRS should not be there in the whole match.

Chennai Super Kings were in loss

Virender Sehwag said, ‘Chennai Super Kings lost in this match. Had Mumbai Indians batted first, they would have had to bear the brunt. Out to bat first in the match, Chennai Super Kings were all out for 97 runs. In reply, Mumbai Indians won the match by 14.5 overs.