Mumbai: Delhi Capital’s DC Rishabh Pant, Shardul Thakur and coach Praveen Amre have been fined for misbehaving with the umpire and violating IPL rules in IPL 2022. Has arrived. Delhi Capitals assistant coach Praveen Amre has also been banned for one match and his full match fee has been slashed. Pant has been fined 100% of the match fee. Shardul has also been fined 50 per cent of the match fee. During the match against Rajasthan, Amre went on the field and started arguing with the umpire, while Captain Pant asked his batsmen to come back. At the same time, Shardul Thakur was also upset with the umpire’s decision and was backing Captain Pant.
The match between Delhi and Rajasthan was going on in the IPL on Friday. In which Delhi had to score 36 runs to win. The whole thing happened in the last over of the match, when McCoy’s full toss ball was over the batsman’s waist, but the umpire did not give him a no ball. Delhi needed 18 off three balls to win this time, the match could have been easier for Delhi if the umpire had ruled it a no ball, but it did not happen. The Delhi players had a heated argument with the umpire over the matter, after which they had a heated discussion with the umpire, with Delhi captain Rishabh Pant even asking the team player to return to the dugout.
What is the whole matter
Delhi needed 36 runs in the last over to win. Obaid McCoy was called up by Rajasthan captain Sanju Sams to bowl. Rowman Powell hit a six off the first three balls. Controversy erupted over McCoy’s third ball. He threw a full toss ball that looked like a no-ball. The umpire did not give a no-ball and did not even consult the third umpire. Seeing this, Rishabh Pant got angry.
Butler explained to Pant
Pant asked his two batsmen Rowman Powell and Kuldeep Yadav to come out. Many players were constantly demanding no-ball behind Pant. Pant looked angry. Opposition player Jose Butler, standing on the boundary, went in front of him and persuaded him. Meanwhile, the team’s assistant coach Praveen Amre ran to the field and started talking to the umpires.
The way Rowman Powell was playing, it looked like he could hit six sixes off six balls. However, this was very difficult to do and he did not succeed. Powell was able to score only two runs in the next three balls and he was also out.
Debate hurts Delhi
Rowman Powell was in superb rhythm in the match and hit three sixes off three balls in the last over. The bowlers were under pressure. Due to which the third ball was no ball. In such a situation, the match was stopped by the drama of Pant and the rest of the Delhi players and Powell’s rhythm was broken. At the same time, the bowler got a chance to rest and the pressure on him eased. Due to which only two runs were made in the next three balls and also one wicket fell.
What did Rishabh Pant say?
After the match, Pant said, “I think the Rajasthan bowlers were bowling well throughout the match, but in the end Powell gave us a chance. No-ball was valuable to us, but it is out of my control. ” Disappointed, but can’t do more about it. Everyone in the dugout was disappointed. Everyone saw that it was a no-ball. I think the third umpire intervened and told him it was a no-ball. Sending Amre to the field was obviously not the right thing to do, but neither was what happened to us.