Sharjah, September 22
Mahendra Singh Dhoni briefly appeared upset throughout Chennai Super Kings’ IPL match towards Rajasthan Royals after one of many unsuitable choices by the on-field umpire was rightfully modified after a referral to the third umpire.
It was within the 18th over of the Royals’ innings and Deepak Chahar bowling to Tom Curran acquired a caught-behind resolution from umpire C Shamshuddin. It was a horrible resolution and Curran could not refer after Rahul Tewatia wasted the one assessment.
However, after session with sq. leg umpire Vineet Kulkarni, Shamshuddin understanding his error in judgment referred it to TV umpire.
The replays confirmed that neither Curran edged the ball nor did Dhoni catch it cleanly because it bounced earlier than coming into his gloves.
The resolution was overturned however the veteran skipper appeared very sad and was seen giving Shamshuddin a chunk of his thoughts as he went for a referral after giving a call.
Incidentally, in Jaipur final 12 months, Dhoni had misplaced his cool with home umpire Ulhas Gandhe for a waist-high full toss which wasn’t adjudged no ball.
In truth, Dhoni violated gamers’ code of conduct by coming into the bottom and angrily charging on the umpire.
While his anger was quite a bit toned down throughout this incident however whether or not home match referee VN Kutty takes a be aware of his conduct is there to be seen.
It may both be umpires’ report or match referee can himself take be aware if he deems needed. PTI