Sunrisers Hyderabad Kane Williamson Controversial Dismissal Against Rajasthan Royals | Controversy erupts over poor umpiring in IPL! One result changed the picture of the whole match


new Delhi: The 5th match of IPL 2022 was played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals. There was a lot to see in this match. From the deadly bowling of the bowlers to the fast batting of the batsmen, this match was full of entertainment, many records were also made in this match. But a big debate has broken out on social media regarding this match and the third-umpire of the match is in question. KN Ananth Padmanabhan was third-umpiring in this match.

Questions raised on this decision of third-umpire

Questions are being raised on social media about the way Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson got out in this match. Chasing runs in the match, the start of Hyderabad was not good. Kane returned to the pavilion after scoring just 2 runs. In fact, when the famous Krishna bowled the fourth ball of the second over, the ball went straight into the hands of Sanju Samson, taking the edge off Kane’s bat. Sanju missed the catch, but Padikal, standing in the slips, caught him immediately. In such a situation, the ground umpire sent the decision to the third umpire. In the first frame, it seemed that the ball had touched the ground, but the catch was noticed by the third umpire for some time, after which it was declared out. This was the reason that a different debate started on social media about out or not out.

Watch the video of this catch here

Fans called the decision wrong

Fans on social media are telling this decision wrong, users are discussing fiercely and trolling the third umpire fiercely. Sunrisers Hyderabad got the first blow in the form of Kane Williamson, after which the entire innings of the team faltered and lost the match. In the powerplay itself, 3 batsmen of the team were dismissed for 9 runs.

Fans reaction on social media

Rajasthan Royals beat by 61 runs

Rajasthan Royals showed a great game in this match. Batting first, the team scored 210 runs in 20 overs. Sanju Samson played a brilliant innings against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He scored 55 runs in 27 balls. Apart from him, Josh Butler has scored 35 runs in 28 balls. Yashasvi Jaiswal contributed 20 runs. Apart from this, Devdutt Paddikal scored 41 runs in 29 balls. In response, Hyderabad’s batting was very poor, the team scored 149 runs for the loss of just 7 wickets in 20 overs and lost the match by 61 runs. Aiden Markram scored 57 runs for Hyderabad and Washington Sundar scored 40 runs.



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