Sehwag raised questions on BCCI, this injustice happened to CSK’s batsman. Hindi News

DRS Controversy: A big controversy has been seen in the IPL match played between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Thursday. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Devon Conway could not use DRS after being given out LBW in this match, while Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had DRS.

This injustice happened to CSK’s batsman

Let us tell you that the ball of Mumbai Indians fast bowler Daniel Sams hit the pad of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Devon Conway, after which the on-field umpire gave the batsman out. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had DRS available, but due to power cut, DRS was not available, due to which Devon Conway was dismissed for zero and had to return.

Virender Sehwag raised questions on BCCI

Former Team India opener Virender Sehwag has raised questions on the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after this DRS controversy. While talking to ‘Cricbuzz’ Virender Sehwag said, ‘Due to the power cut, DRS was not used, it is a big surprise. Generators can be used in big T20 leagues like IPL.

Why not use a generator?

Virender Sehwag said tauntingly, ‘The software can be run using the generator and DRS is used. This is a big question for BCCI. If there is a power cut, is the generator used only for lights and not for broadcasters? I was surprised. If there is a match, then DRS should be used. Or it should be made a rule that there will be no DRS in the whole match.

Disadvantage happened for Chennai Super Kings

Virender Sehwag said, ‘There was a disadvantage for Chennai Super Kings in this match, if Mumbai Indians had been batting first, they would have to bear the brunt.’ Let us tell you that in this match, the team of Chennai Super Kings, who came out to bat first, was all out for 97 runs. In reply, Mumbai Indians team won the match in 14.5 overs.

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