BCCI has no money for DRS in ranji trophy final match. World’s richest cricket board BCCI is skimping! No money for DRS in Ranji Trophy

Ranji Trophy: BCCI is included in the world’s richest board, but BCCI does not have money to use DRS during Ranji Trophy matches. Ranji Trophy is currently being played in domestic cricket. Mumbai is facing Madhya Pradesh in the final.

DRS is not in Ranji Trophy

Sarfaraz Khan has scored many runs in Ranji Trophy. He has proved to be the biggest match winner for Mumbai. In the final match, Madhya Pradesh bowler Gaurav Yadav had trapped him in his net, but the umpire did not give him out. Had DRS been there, Yadav could have used it and it could have turned out to be a match-changing result.

used two years ago

Cheteshwar Pujara, the star batsman of the Indian Test team, avoided getting out twice in the semi-final match while playing for Saurashtra in the 2018-19 season. The Karnataka team had to pay for this by losing, after which the BCCI, after learning, used DRS in the semi-final matches of the Ranji Trophy. However, this DRS did not come with the Hawk Eye option, nor the Ultraedge and Sneakometer.

technology is expensive

Talking to Times of India, a BCCI official told what happens if there is no DRS in the final match of Ranji Trophy. We have two of the best umpires in India. BCCI has earned Rs 48930 crore by selling media rights of IPL, yet DRS is not being used in Ranji Trophy. DRS technology is expensive. More money is spent in its use and Ranji Trophy is played with less resources. At the same time, BCCI is counted among the richest boards of cricket.

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