In the ongoing TNPL 2023, a very rare incident happened in the game between Dindigul Dragons and BA11sy Trichy.
In the game, both the batter and the bowler took a review on the same delivery to check whether Trichy player, R Rajkumar was out or not out.
Moreover, this incident took place in the first innings’ 13th over as Dragons’ Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Rajkumar behind the wicket.
The umpire also dismissed Rajkumar instantly after Ashwin and the keeper appealed for the caught behind.
However, Rajkumar went straight up to check whether he was really out or not. The replays showed that the bat had touched the ground before the ball passed it.
Additionally, as the ball passed the bat, there was no nick or edge from the batter which resulted in the umpire reversing his decision to not out.
However, Ashwin was not satisfied with the decision and once again took another review. This made the umpire go over the process once again.
But, the replays continued to show the same thing as a result of which the decision stood not out.
Dindigul Dragons win the game by 6 wickets against Trichy in TNPL
Talking about the match, then Trichy won the toss and decided to bat first against Dragons at Coimbatore.
However, they didn’t get the start they were hoping for as their opener Jafar Jamal was dismissed quickly.
After this, a number of wickets fell down for Trichy as they found themselves at 49/6 in just 10.2 overs.
However, skipper Raju and R Rajkumar took things into their hands and built up a strong partnership where they added 65 runs for the 7th wicket.
This allowed Trichy to cross the 100-run mark in the game. But, after the dismissal of Raju by Ashwin, it was all over for them.
Ultimately, they were dismissed for 120 in just 19.1 overs by the Dragons. It was quite an easy chase for the Dragons as they required 121 runs to win.
However, they also got a rude shock in the second innings as their opener Vimal Khumar was dismissed early in the first over.
But, Shivam Singh played brilliantly in the game and kept his side in the game and they won it by six wickets.
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