Shubman Gill caught Hetmyer’s brilliant catch for 3 runs, Hetmyer, who reached the dugout due to a no ball, was called back by the umpire, hitting six sixes as soon as he returned | Shubman Gill took a flying catch, then the umpire said – No ball, called Shimran back after playing the hooter

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Sharjah: There was a funny scene in the Qualifier-2 match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2021. Delhi batsman Shimron Hetmyer, who had reached the dugout during the match, was called back by the umpire. Hetmyer was dismissed for 3 runs, but he returned at the call of the umpire and hit 2 big sixes, due to which his team could reach the score of 135 runs.

Hetmyer sitting in the dugout after getting out

Hetmyer out on no ball was called back by the umpire

Shimron Hetmyer played a big shot on Varun Chakraborty on the fourth ball of the 17th over of Delhi’s innings. Shubman Gill dived at long on and caught his brilliant catch. Hetmyer then went into the dugout, but the third umpire after watching the replays declared the ball a no ball.

Happy Hetmyer on being not out

Happy Hetmyer on being not out

In the replays, it was seen that Varun Chakraborty’s leg was slightly ahead of the crease. After this, the umpire standing there, Anil Chaudhary, sent him back. Playing on just 3 runs, Hetmyer came back smiling and hit 2 long sixes in the very next over. Eventually he was run out after scoring 17 off 10 balls.

After the third umpire gave the no ball, Anil Chaudhary sent him back to the field to bat again.

After the third umpire gave the no ball, Anil Chaudhary sent him back to the field to bat again.

Kolkata beat Delhi by 3 wickets in a thrilling match

Kolkata Knight Riders defeated Delhi Capitals by 3 wickets in the second qualifier match to enter the final. In the match, KKR won the toss and called Delhi to bat first. Delhi could only manage a score of 135/5. Kolkata achieved the target of 136 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the game of 19.5 overs. With the defeat, Delhi Capitals’ dream of making it to the finals for the second time in a row, captained by Rishabh Pant, remained just a dream, while KKR managed to enter the final for the third time.

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