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Old 13th May 2019, 11:27   #2956
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A Match worthy of a final!

MI kept dropping catches & that allowed CSK to get close. Apart from Dhoni's runout it was also Watson's needless runout which proved to be the turning point in the end.

Nita Ambani's prayers worked, now she should get onto her private jet & spend the months of June & July in England praying for the Indian Team.
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So disappointed with CSK losing it, but MI were the worthy winners. That run-out of Watson cost CSK the match eventually. He should have stayed in and trusted Jadeja to hit one out of the park.
On the MSD runout, the eventual angle (from the front) is an illusion, the side on is what the umpire should have decided on. There was enough doubt for it to be ruled not out, but there is no point of arguing now. To lose by 1 run is just so shattering.
Also, wondered why was Shardul Thakur sent ahead of Chahar and Harbhajan, both are better strikers of the ball? No one checked if that lbw was a no-ball or not?
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... No one checked if that lbw was a no-ball or not?
No point checking for the lbw or no ball as the umpire had given it out and CSK did not have any reviews left.
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Did anyone hear the Watson injury news?

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On the MSD runout, the eventual angle (from the front) is an illusion, the side on is what the umpire should have decided on. There was enough doubt for it to be ruled not out, but there is no point of arguing now. To lose by 1 run is just so shattering.
There is no reason or rule that the umpire must decide a run out based more on the side view than other angle. Wherever there is no clarity or confusion, any other angle where there is clarity takes precedence. I'd say the side view was an illusion and it was clear from the front angle that there was nothing behind the line. This is the same reason why during an LBW or edge review 2 different angles are seen. Whichever angle is clear, takes precedence and decides if there was an nick or not.

The bat was something like in the below picture. but the bat was turned toward the side camera. Hence in the side view it appeared much more ambiguous. The front view clarifiedthe ambiguity.
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No point checking for the lbw or no ball as the umpire had given it out and CSK did not have any reviews left.
He was mentioning only the no-ball I think especially since it was Malinga. The previous time it was missed by the umpire in the league stage and it potentially cost RCB a spot in the playoffs.

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