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Umpiring howler affected outcome of KXIP match against Delhi Capitals


Team Udayavani, Sep 21, 2020, 9:22 AM IST

Dubai: ICC’s new Eite Panel entrant Nitin Menon”s howler may have cost Kings XI Punjab their first IPL game of the season against Delhi Capitals, decided through Super Over.

While both teams were tied at 157 for 8, it was Kagiso Rabada, who bowled a brilliant Super Over to clinch it for Capitals.

Before the match went into Super Over, TV footage showed that square leg umpire Menon had called a “run short” when Chris Jordan took a couple of runs off Rabada in the 19th over while playing towards the long-on area.

The TV replays showed that Jordan legally completed the first run and the bat was inside the crease. However, to KXIP’s horror, Jordan was declared a “short-run” which means he didn’t enter his bat inside the crease which wasn’t the case.

If that run would have been allowed, it would have meant that KXI would have won the match inside the 20 overs.

Former India captain Virender Sehwag and his opening partner Aakash Chopra lashed out at Menon

“I don’t agree with the man of the match choice. The umpire who gave this short run should have been a man of the match. Short Run nahin tha. And that was the difference,” Sehwag tweeted.

Chopra and former Delhi Daredevils coach Trent Woodhill also criticized the umpiring and that technology wasn’t used.

“One short that wasn’t. Technology must take over in these cases…..but that’s possible if only the third umpire spotted it in time. What if #KXIP don’t make it to the final four by 2 points?? Tight,” Chopra wondered aloud.

KXIP can appeal to the IPL Governing Council for a change in decision.

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