The dismissal of Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner in the IPL-13 eliminator match on Friday has caused controversy. The commentators and experts are angry with the decision. The ball of Mohammed Siraj went to wicketkeeper Abraham de Villiers with the wicket. Meanwhile, the ball seemed to have touched something, either the gloves or the trousers, but it was not clear.
The commentator opposed the decision
On-field umpire s.s. Ravi gave Warner not out while on review, third umpire Virender Sharma gave Warner out after seeing replays several times. The commentator Pommy Mangwa immediately condemned the decision, saying he should have been given not out. Mangwa said, “Since the evidence was not solid and the on-field umpire had not given it out, it should not have been given out.” Soon after his statement, he said that it was a decision that could go either way.
Virat’s journey to Bangalore ended in Eliminator, Qualifier-2 will play victorious Hyderabad against Delhi Capitals
Third umpire’s incredible decision
Former New Zealand player Scott Styris said, ‘Incredible decision of third umpire. David Warner has every reason to be angry. The real decision was not out. There was no strong evidence to change this judgment. ‘
What to say about Sunil Gavaskar
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar who was doing a commentary with Mangwa said that the umpire’s decision should be respected. Jason Holder’s all-round game and Kane Williamson’s innings helped Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in a thrilling match to qualify for the IPL qualifiers.