CSK vs MI: Conway Got Out Due To No DRS Availability, Sehwag Furious Over BCCI Over 

One to one tremendous matches are being played in the 15th season of the Indian Premier League. In the midst of all this, there was a collision between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians on Thursday, where Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 5 wickets in a low scoring match. Their playoff hopes ended with the defeat of Chennai Super Kings.

Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings

Mumbai Indians won this battle between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians, which were two of the best teams in the history of IPL. A good and interesting match was expected between both the teams.

But in this match, Chennai Super Kings, batting first after losing the toss, scored only 97 runs, in response to which Mumbai Indians got it for the loss of 5 wickets.

Devon Conway could not take DRS due to power cut

The result of this match is fine, but the most discussion was gathered by DRS at the very beginning of the match. Chennai Super Kings batsman could not use DRS even at the beginning of the match, due to power cuts in the stadium.

On the very second ball of the match, Daniel Sams dismissed CSK batsman Devon Conway leg before. Conway, who was in tremendous form, could not challenge the umpire’s decision. The ball was clearly missing the leg-stump, but Conway could not take the DRS due to a power cut and lost his wicket.

Virender Sehwag raised questions on BCCI

Former cricketer Virender Sehwag is very disappointed after not being able to use DRS due to power cuts in such a big tournament. Sehwag has raised questions about the BCCI itself. He asked why generators cannot be used in such a big tournament.

Speaking on Cricbuzz, Sehwag said,  “It is a matter of great surprise that DRS was not used due to power cuts. It’s such a big league and generators can be used in that.”

“The software or machine can be run through the generator, which is used for DRS. This is a big question for the BCCI as well, because if there is a power cut, is there a generator only for lights, not a generator for broadcasters. I was also surprised that if the match is happening then DRS should be used. Or else this rule should have been made that if the match has started then there will be no DRS in the whole match. Whether the power cut is correct or not, because this disadvantage happened for Chennai. If Mumbai had been batting, it would have been a disadvantage for them too.”

Also Read: BCCI Lands In Trouble Over DRS Controversy Of CSK vs MI Match

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