Glenn Maxwell posted a Barack Obama meme after no-ball controversy between DC-RR© BCCI/IPL
Drama unfolded within the last over of the match between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) as the previous expressed their disappointment concerning an umpiring determination. With DC needing 36 runs off the ultimate over, Rovman Powell took the sport to his compatriot Obed McCoy, hitting him for 3 sixes off the primary three deliveries. The third six got here off a waist-length full-toss. The on-field umpires, nevertheless, didn’t name it a no-ball, which might’ve given DC an additional run and a free hit on the following supply.
Whereas the on-field umpires determined to not take assist from the TV umpire, Pant was seen waving at his batters to go away the sector.
Amre additionally ran onto the sector to have a phrase with the on-field umpires over the identical.
After the conclusion of the match, Australia and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) all-rounder Glenn Maxwell took to Twitter, and voiced his opinion on the whole saga.
Maxwell mentioned that whereas umpires examine each ball for overstepping, why cannot they do the identical for a excessive full-toss. He captioned the publish with a meme, that includes former US President Barack Obama.
So umpires examine no balls for entrance foot each ball, however cannot examine a excessive full toss? Is sensible… pic.twitter.com/RUOX3Yh3YF
— Glenn Maxwell (@Gmaxi_32) April 22, 2022
RR received the match and went high of the IPL factors desk.
Pant was fined 100 per cent match payment for his actions, whereas Shardul Thakur was additionally fined 50 per cent match payment.
Amre was additionally banned for one match and fined 100 per cent of his match payment for breaching the IPL Code of Conduct.
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