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DRS Controversy: Due to technical snag, Conway had to return to the pavilion due to non-availability of DRS, MS Dhoni was unhappy in the dressing room

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DRS Controversy: A strange drama was seen in the match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Actually, on the second ball of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) innings, the umpire declared Devon Conway out LBW. The umpire raised his finger after Daniel Sams’ ball hit Devon Conway’s pad. Devon Conway was unhappy with the umpire’s decision and wanted a review. But they were told that you cannot take the review. Actually, the reason for the review not being available was attributed to a technical snag. The umpire told that there is some technical fault in the ground, so the review is not available at the moment.

‘Devon Conway would not have been out if DRS had been available’

<p style="text-align: justify;"After which Chennai Super Kings (CSK) opener Devon Conway had to return to the pavilion. At the same time, Devon Conway's partner Rituraj Gaikwad spoke to the umpire on non-strike. During this, Mumbai Indians (MI) captain Rohit Sharma also joined the conversation. On the other hand, Devon Conway slowly returned to the pavilion with steps. Actually, it was clearly visible in the replays that the ball was missing the leg stump. Had that review been available, Devon Conway would have avoided getting out. The drama of DRS did not stop here, but was also seen in the next over.

DRS was not available due to a technical fault

<p style="text-align: justify;"Jasprit Bumrah came to bowl the second over of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) innings. Jasprit's ball hit Robin Uthappa's pad. After which the umpire declared out. After being declared out, batsman Robin Uthappa wanted to take the review, but even then the review was not available. However, it was clearly visible in the replays that the ball is hitting the wicket. In such a situation, even if Robin Uthappa had taken the review, he would have been declared out. That is, this time the decision of the umpire was absolutely correct. At the same time, 10 ball review also became available after Robin Uthappa's dismissal. It is being told that this happened due to power cut in the stadium. At the time of the toss, the power supply in a light tower stopped. However, after some time this problem was fixed.

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