Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is familiar with the names of ‘Captain Cool’ in the fans, got a rowdy look against Rajasthan Royals at Sawai Mansingh ground in Jaipur on Thursday. After the fall of Dhoni, the controversy over ‘no ball’ led with on filed umpire Ulhas Gandhe. He had a dispute with the umpire.
As a result of this controversy, IPL has taken action against Dhoni. Dhoni will be fined 50 percent of the money received from the match. The IPL announced late Thursday night. According to the IPL rules, Dhoni made a mistake sitting in level 2 of 2.20 and the BCCI has said that Dhoni accepted his mistake and the punishment.
According to the IPL 2.20 rules, there was action against the player of the game. The 50% penalty imposed on Dhoni is the highest form of penalties for the first time found guilty of violating Level 2.
What happened exactly in the field…
In the last over of Ben Stokes, when Chennai needed 18 runs to win, the umpires indicate no-ball on the full-toss ball. But after this, the second umpire Bruce Oxenford announced that he was not a ball. Looking at this type of Dhoni, the captain who was sitting in a dugout was out of control. He came to the field and started arguing with the umpires.
Leg-Umpire Ulhas Gandhe declared that full-toss ball bowled by Ben Stokes was a no ball. However, the second umpire Bruce Oxenford said the ball was not a no ball. Gandhe had watched the no-ball signal, but the chief umpires withdrew the decision. Expressing his frustration over the same issue, Dhoni expressed his deep disappointment at the field.
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Fleming defended Dhoni on ‘No ball’ controversy
Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming defended the captain saying, ‘He was just asking for explanation’, admitting Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be attacked after arriving in the field. After the match, Fleming said that Dhoni was upset about why he withdrew after the decision of ‘no ball’. The matter came to the fore to ask for an explanation.
Similarly, former England captain Michael Vaughan, former Australian opener Mark Waugh, former India player Akash Chopra and Hemang Badani have criticized Dhoni for not commenting on the skipper who is not fit to face the pitch.
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