IPL 2020, DC vs KXIP: Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia wants to do better after disputed decision

After Preity Zinta, now Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia has also questioned why the technique is not being used to minimize umpiring errors. KXIP then cut one run from their score in the 19th over against the Delhi Capitals in the game. This eventually saw him score tied after losing the match in the Super Scores. He said, “It is unfortunate that with the tremendous use of technology today, we still do not use technology to ensure complete fairness and transparency in the game of cricket like many other leagues around the world including EPL, NBA etc. Could. ”

“VAR has become something that is used around the world. There were two umpiring mistakes in yesterday’s game between Kings XI and Delhi that cost KXIP the game. The first match came in the first few overs of the match. Where there was a leg bye. Four more was given by the umpire as leg bye, but it was a really wide ball. A run would have helped the Kings XI win the game versus the second. The second disastrous decision at the end of the over The pair arrived at the end of the game., When TV replays were deemed to be a run, despite not being considered a run. Unfortunately, these two decisions cost Kings XI the game. Spent, ”he said.

He requested the BCCI to use the best possible technology to eradicate such errors.

“I would request the BCCI to ensure better umpiring and to ensure that the technology is utilized to the maximum to ensure fairness and transparency in the game which is used in the best leagues in the world.

“Therefore, I think it is unfortunate that the Kings XI was the subject of a poor decision made by the umpire and that gave us the game. I hope the BCCI implements a system and process so that other teams also do not face the plight Have to. ” Kings XI did it yesterday. If technology is not used for the fairness and transparency of the game and to ensure that it is the same for everyone, then why use technology? ” He asked.

Kings XI Punjab is reported to have suffered an umpiring holder.

The incident happened in the 19th over of Kings XI Punjab when Mayank Agarwal played a shot and took two runs. However, on-field umpire Nitin Menon singled it out. Both teams scored 157 runs in the scheduled 20 overs and Delhi Capital won the match in the super over.

Former cricketer Virender Sehwag, who himself has represented Kings XI Punjab in the league, said the umpire’s call made a difference in the match and he should be the ‘man of the match’.

Sehwag tweeted, “I don’t agree with the man of the match choice. The umpire gave this short run. Must be the man of the match. Short run was no. And that was the difference. #DCvKXIP,” Sehwag tweeted. .

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