IPL 2022: Shane Watson reprimands his own team for no-ball controversy, regrets the whole matter: In the 34th match played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals on Friday in IPL 2022, due to a ball in the last over, the ball is completely engulfed in controversy. In fact, during the 20th over of Delhi Capitals’ innings in the match, on-field umpire Nitin Menon did not give a no-ball to a high full toss ball by bowler Obed McCoy. Due to this, the Delhi team was 15 runs behind the target. After which the entire camp of Delhi Capitals expressed displeasure over the decision of not giving the no-ball.
Rishabh Pant created a whirlwind
After this decision of the umpire, the matter caught the most attention, when Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant angrily asked both his batsmen – Rowman Powell and Kuldeep Yadav to leave the crease and come back. . Even after persuading him many times, Pant was not ready to back down from his decision. However, in the end, he had to bow down to the decision of the umpire. Pant calmed down after the team’s assistant coach Shane Watson explained. After this, when the match started again, Powell had lost his momentum by then. And Delhi had to pay the brunt with defeat.
Watson reprimanded his own team
Watson has reprimanded his own team after the controversy erupted after the voltage drama over the no-balls during the match. Watson told during the post-match press conference that whatever happened at the end of the match, Delhi Capitals does not support it at all. He has also expressed regret over the whole matter. Watson said that whether the decision of the umpire is right or wrong, we have to accept it. Amidst the controversy, Delhi Capitals batting coach Praveen Amre had an argument with the umpire after coming inside the field. Watson has to say on this that it is not right to enter the field, no matter who it is.