IPL 2020 DC Vs KXIP Virender Sehwag Angry Reaction On Umpire Wrong Decision Short Run See Viral Video – IPL 2020: Virender Sehwag got angry when umpire gave wrong decision

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IPL 2020: Umpire gave wrong decision, Virender Sehwag got angry, gave such a reaction

IPL 2020 DC Vs KXIP: The second match of IPL (IPL-14) took place between Delhi Capitals and Kings XI Punjab (Delhi Capitals Vs Kings XI Punjab). After reaching the Super Over, the match was won by the Delhi Capitals. Only after the victory of Delhi Capitals, questions have arisen over umpiring in the match. The umpire (Umpire) cut a run of Kings XI Punjab, giving the wrong decision. This led to a big upset in the match and the match reached the super over. The umpire cut a run of Kings XI Punjab while giving a short run. But when the re-play was shown, the batsman's bat was inside the crease. Virender Sehwag got angry before the wrong decision. He criticized the umpiring by tweeting.

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Virender Sehwag shared the previews, where it can be clearly seen that the bat is in the crease. He wrote in the caption, 'I am not happy with the election of man of the match award. The umpire who gave this short run should have been the man of the match. There was no short run and that was the difference.

19th over Kasigo came to Rabada. At that time, Punjab had to score 25 runs off 12 balls. Mayank Agarwal was batting brilliantly. Mayank Agarwal defended on the first ball and hit a four on the second ball. He then shot on the third ball and ran for two runs. But the umpire gave a single run, stating short run. Punjab had to score 1 run on the last three balls. Stoinis took two wickets from the last two balls and took the match to the super over.

Marcus Stoinis played a blistering first innings and later took two wickets from the last two balls to open his account in the 13th Indian Premier League by defeating Kings XI Punjab in a super over here on Sunday, despite Delhi Capitals getting on the verge of defeat.

Stoinis scored 53 off 21 balls with the help of seven fours and three sixes, helping Delhi score 57 for eight in the final three overs. Earlier, captain Shreyas Iyer (39 off 32 balls, three sixes) and Rishabh Pant (31 off 29 balls, four fours) had added 73 runs for the fourth wicket to lift the team to 13 for three.

For Kings XI, Mayank Agarwal (89 off 60 balls, seven fours, four sixes) gave a good view of restraint and aggression and scored his highest score in IPL. With this innings, Kings XI recovered from 55 for five and scored 157 for eight.

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