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IPL 2022: ‘Batti Gul’ Chennai’s fuse in Mumbai, DRS messed up on the very first ball, know what is the matter

Chennai team could not start well against Mumbai. (IPL Photo)

In the match between Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings, something happened about DRS on the very first ball that Chennai team got into trouble and Mumbai team got a big advantage.

Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians (CSK VS MI) are playing against each other at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. These two teams are the two most successful teams in Indian Premier League (IPL) history. Whenever there is a match between these two teams, the eyes of the whole of India are on this match. The same is the case in the match being played on Thursday in IPL-2022 (IPL 2022). The noise created in the stadium is proof of what the thrill of this match is. But something happened on the very first ball of the match which surprised everyone. Chennai opener Devon Conway LBW was out on the very first ball of the match. No, getting out is not a surprise. This happens in cricket, but the surprising thing is that even after having DRS in the league, Conway could not take DRS on the very first ball.

Mumbai won the toss and decided to bowl first in this match. Mumbai Indians’ left-arm fast bowler Daniel Sams brought the first over. Sams bowled the first ball inside which went to Conway’s pad. The entire Mumbai team made a strong appeal and the umpire gave out. If there is DRS then the decision of the umpire is challenged, Conway also wanted to do the same but DRS was not available here.

Batti Gul in Mumbai

Conway wanted him to take DRS and Chennai wanted the same but DRS was not available. DRS was not available because there was no electricity in Mumbai. The light had gone off, which disturbed the technology of DRS. Light is needed to run the technical machines required for DRS, but due to lack of light, DRS could not be found. In the second over, Jasprit Bumrah made Robin Uthappa lbw on the fourth ball, here also DRS was not available. At the end of the second over, Aakash Chopra, doing Hindi commentary, told that now DRS is available.

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Would Conway survive?

Now the question is, would Conway have survived had DRS been available? It could have happened because the ball seemed to be going outside the leg stump. Had DRS been there, perhaps this left-handed batsman would not have returned to the pavilion and Chennai would not have been in a difficult position. After Conway, Sams also dismissed Moeen Ali and then Chennai came under pressure due to the departure of Uthappa.

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