Umpiring has raised questions in the matches between Lucknow and Hyderabad (PC: Video Screenshot)
New Delhi. There was a lot of ruckus in the match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Lucknow Super Giants. Hyderabad came out to bat first and there was peace in the match for 18 overs. Heinrich Klaasen and Abdul Samad were leading the Hyderabad innings, but in the next over there was such an uproar over a no ball that the entire dugout of Lucknow came to the ground. The audience lost their temper. Questions were also raised on umpiring.
There was a ruckus on umpiring 2 times within 6 balls. Even Heinrich Klaasen, Tom Moody raised questions on umpiring. In fact, the umpire called the third ball of Avesh Khan’s 19th over as the first no ball because of the height. Lucknow took a review against it. It was seen in the replays that after touching the ball went to the height. Third umpire called fair delivery. Hyderabad also looked very angry with this decision of the umpire.
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The audience created an uproar
After this, the audience created a ruckus. It is said that nuts and bolts were thrown at the dugouts in Lucknow. Because of this the match was stopped for a while. It was not much time for this ruckus to cool down that after this, once again questions were raised on the umpiring on the 5th ball.
How can the 3rd umpire take that long to make the wrong decision? #no ball #SRHvLSG
— Tom Moody (@TomMoodyCricket) May 13, 2023
Yash Thakur bowled a slower wide bouncer in the second ball of the last over. Abdul Samad was seen trying to apply an upper cut on the ankle. This ball was not given wide. Hyderabad took the review, but then the third umpire called it a fair delivery. In the last 6 balls, the umpire’s decision was against Hyderabad. After the end of the innings, Heinrich Klaasen, who scored the highest 47 runs from Hyderabad, said that the umpiring was not good.
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