Tim David argued with the umpire. (IPL Photo)
Chennai: Umpire’s decision is the final decision in cricket. After this no one else can change that decision. But many times the players argue with the umpire. Something similar was done by Tim David playing IPL-2023 for Mumbai Indians. The Mumbai team came up against Lucknow Super Giants in this season’s eliminator match at Chepauk Stadium. David was given out by the third umpire in this match but David did not like his decision and started arguing with the umpire.
Tim David scored 13 runs in just 13 balls in this match. A four was included in his innings. Batting first in this match, Mumbai scored 182 runs losing eight wickets.
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Yash Thakur was throwing the 17th over. Yash bowled the third ball of this over with a full toss on which David hit a sharp shot. But the ball went to Deepak Hooda standing on long on, who did not make any mistake in catching the catch. But since this ball was a full toss, the on-field umpire sought help from the third umpire. The third umpire saw and gave his decision. The third umpire did not call it a no ball.
Here David started arguing with the umpire. He said that how is this ball not a no ball. He started arguing with the umpire about this. However, the umpire did not listen to him and David had to return to the pavilion. During this, Mumbai coach Mark Boucher was also seen talking to the fourth umpire outside the ground.
Yash Thakur with the big breakthrough!
The dangerous Tim David departs for 13.
Mumbai Indians 158/5 with less than 3 overs to go
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The Mumbai team was not looking to go towards the big score. It seemed that Mumbai would be able to score only around 160 runs. But in the last over, Mumbai’s impact player Nehal Wadhera played a stormy inning and took the team to a strong score. On the basis of Nehal’s innings, Mumbai scored 182 runs losing eight wickets. Nehal faced 12 balls in this match and scored 23 runs with the help of two fours and two sixes. He was dismissed on the last ball.
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