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Cricket Great Furmes At DC Captain Over DRS Row With Umpire


“Rishabh Pant Should Be Fined…”

The event took place in the fourth over of the LSG innings, following an over delivered by Ishant Sharma to Devdutt Padikkal down the leg side.

During Friday’s IPL 2024 encounter between the Delhi Capitals (DC) and the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), captain Rishabh Pant got into a heated dispute with the on-field umpire regarding a DRS call. Ishant Sharma bowled a ball down the leg side to Devdutt Padikkal in the fourth over of the LSG innings, which is when the event occurred. Pant motioned for a review, but the on-field umpire called a wide. While the replays confirmed that it was a wide, the pundits implied that Pant was upset since the DC captain insisted he had not requested a review.

Adam Gilchrist, a former Australia wicketkeeper-batter, wasn’t too fond of Pant’s antics during his passionate discussion with the umpire.
Gilchrist criticized the umpire for not handling the matter and suggested that Pant be penalized for his actions.
The former captain of the Punjab Kings (then known as Kings XI Punjab) believed that the umpire need to have more power to deal with the players.
“Umpires in all formats need to exert more control over games, as I witnessed once again tonight. All they have to do is move things along more effectively. Regarding whether Rishabh had reviewed it, there was disagreement.

Alright, during the review call, there was a misunderstanding. Still, for three or four minutes, they stood and spoke about that. I think that’s a pretty basic conversation. The referees should simply declare that the game is ended and go on, regardless of how much Rishabh or any other player complains. Gilchrist stated on Cricbuzz, “But if he keeps talking, he should get fined.”

Returning to action, DC overcame LSG by 6 wickets thanks to an explosive half-century from Australian batsman Jake Fraser-McGurk in his IPL debut.

DC took command of the 168-run chase when Fraser-McGurk and Pant (41) combined for 77 runs for the third wicket.

Before losing to Arshad Khan on 55, the 22-year-old hit five sixes and two fours.

DC moved up from the bottom of the 10-team points table with only their second victory of the year.



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