"The Delhi Capitals don't stand for what happened," said DC assistant coach Shane Watson




The Rajasthan Royals defeated the Delhi Capitals by 15 runs on Friday at Wankhede Stadium, but the game became a major talking point because of what happened in the final over of the match when Delhi needed 36 to win. Rovman Powell hit three sixes off the first three balls, but the third delivery of the over was a full toss, which the Delhi Capitals camp mistook for an over-the-waist no-ball. After the on-field officials failed to call it and did not refer it to the third umpire, Delhi Capitals assistant coach Pravin Amre came out onto the field to speak with the umpires.



Delhi Capitals assistant coach Shane Watson stated that it was a frustrating event."Yes, what occurred in the last over was quite disheartening. We were in that situation in the game because we had not been able to put things together for long enough up to that point. Finally, what transpired is something that we at Delhi Capitals do not support. We must accept the umpire's decision, whether it is correct. We cannot get someone sprinting on the pitch. It is insufficient. "During the virtual post-match news conference, Watson responded to an NDTV question.



On the other hand, Kumar Sangakkara, the director of cricket and head coach of the Rajasthan Royals, believes that the umpires are in charge of the game."The game, in my opinion, is controlled by the umpires. The IPL is fraught with strain and tension. When you have a situation like that, things might go either way, but in the end, the umpires control the issue. And the game continued. That's how I see it. I don't believe I have the authority to say what is and isn't acceptable. The players play, and the umpires have a difficult job calling the game, and our duty as support personnel is essential to back the players and allow the game to be played, "Sangakkara remarked in response to NDTV. Rajasthan Royals pacer Obed McCoy produced a full-toss that Powell blasted for a six on the third delivery of the penultimate over. The Delhi Capitals' camp mistook it for a no-ball and began gesturing at officials Nitin Menon and Nikhil Patwardhan on the pitch.



Rishabh Pant, the captain of the Delhi Capitals, also appeared to have asked hitters Rovman Powell and Kuldeep Yadav to return to the dugout. Pravin Amre, the Delhi Capitals' assistant coach, stepped out to the middle and spoke with the umpire a few minutes later.

The Rajasthan Royals scored 222/2 in 20 overs in their encounter against Delhi Capitals. Jos Buttler hit his third century of the season. Rishabh Pant top-scored with 44 as the team chased 223 runs. Prasidh Krishna returned statistics of 3-22 for the Rajasthan Royals, including a maiden 19th over of the innings.



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