Indian Premier League, CSK won against SRH. Seeing the anger of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the umpire changed his decision, Video surfaced. In the 29th match of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League, Chennai Super Kings won against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
A strange thing happened during this match played on Tuesday. The umpire decided to change his hand for a widespread. The reason behind this can be considered the anger of Chennai captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Chennai team won by 20 runs in the match played against Hyderabad. After playing 7 matches, it was a relief for the Chennai team, who had lost 5. Batting first, Dhoni’s team scored 167 for 6 in 20 overs thanks to Shane Watson’s 42 and Ambati Rayudu’s 41.
Chasing the target, the Hyderabad team managed to score 147 runs at the loss of 8 wickets on completion of the 20-over quota. The Chennai team won the match and started the second phase of the IPL with a revenge against Hyderabad in the first phase.
Umpire changed decision due to Dhoni’s anger.
In the 19th over, umpire Paul Reffle made up his mind to play it wide after throwing the ball but did not do so. He stopped in half spreading his hands. It is believed to be the anger of Chennai captain Dhoni who is behind the wicket.
When the umpire was about to extend his hand to deliver Rafael wide off the ball of Shardul Thakur, Dhoni said something out of anger and the umpire stopped the hand halfway.
Along with Chennai captain Dhoni, Hyderabad captain David Warner was also featured on this one occasion. When Warner was shown in front of the camera, he was also furious. The Hyderabad captain sitting in the dug-out was surprised to not give a hint of a wide spread by the umpire’s hand.
The second phase of the tournament began on Tuesday in the Indian Premier League. All teams have completed their seven matches. The second match of IPL 13 was played between
Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team won the match. In this match, Rashid Khan, who came out to bat for Hyderabad, was dismissed in two ways on the same ball.