This player out of the race for Chennai playoff could not take DRS due to technical fault

Mumbai: One A technical snag could change the course of the match, as seen in the match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. Daniel Sams got Devon Conway out lbw in the first over of the match. The second ball of Chennai’s innings hit Conway’s leg and the umpire immediately hit the boat. Conway […]
 


This player out of the race for Chennai playoff could not take DRS due to technical fault

Mumbai: One A technical snag could change the course of the match, as seen in the match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. Daniel Sams got Devon Conway out lbw in the first over of the match. The second ball of Chennai’s innings hit Conway’s leg and the umpire immediately hit the boat.

Conway wanted to review but DRS was not available for technical fault. In such a situation, the lack of DRS made Chennai heavy. Rituraj Gaikwad standing on non-strike was also found in the controversy. Rituraj saw the line clearly and convinced Conway to go unbeaten.

When he slowly returned to the pavilion, the helplessness on Conway’s face was clearly visible. Sams bowled Moeen Ali (0) on the fourth ball of the over.

DRS not received till 3 wickets fell

Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Robin Uthappa in the fourth ball of the second over. DRS was also not available at that time. Although Uthappa was visible at first sight. Uthappa can also review the decision from the DRS. After some time DRS became available.

This match was very important for Chennai Super Kings. Had he won, at least the hope of moving forward would have been alive. In such a situation, the non-availability of DRS due to power failure during the world’s biggest cricket league raises many questions. CSK could not recover from the wicket of Devon Conway, who scored three consecutive fifties in the tournament. Many types of reactions are coming on social media on this whole incident.

Chennai out of playoff

Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 5 wickets in IPL 2022 on Thursday. Batting first after losing the toss, Chennai team was all out for 97 runs in 16 overs. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored an unbeaten 36. Daniel Sams took 3 wickets. In reply, Mumbai lost 5 wickets in 14.5 overs.

Mumbai lost 4 wickets for 33 runs in reply to the target of 98 runs. After this, Tilak Verma and Hrithik Shokin shared a 48-run partnership for the fifth wicket to give Mumbai victory. Hrithik got out after scoring 18 runs. Tilak remained unbeaten on 34. Team David remained unbeaten on 16 runs in 7 balls.