IPL 2019 Bangalore vs Mumbai in Bengaluru Malinga controversy | Malinga's last ball was no-ball, but the umpire did not give it; It lost Bengaluru - Online Betting Guides
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IPL 2019 Bangalore vs Mumbai in Bengaluru Malinga controversy | Malinga's last ball was no-ball, but the umpire did not give it; It lost Bengaluru

On the decision of the umpire, Kohli said, "We are playing IPL, not club cricket"
Rohit Sharma also expressed disappointment, said – it is not right for cricket

Sports desk Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six runs in the 7th IPL match. The Bengaluru were to score 17 runs in the last over to win. He had scored 10 runs from Malinga's first five ball. Shivam Dubey on the last ball was on the strike. To tie the match, they needed to score six runs, but they could not do that. However, Malinga's ball was no-ball. His legs were outside the popping crease, but the umpire could not see it. The Bengaluru had to face defeat.

This decision was very bad: Kohli

Bangalore captain Virat Kohli expressed disappointment at the umpire's decision. He was not trying to add anger to any player in anger. He said, "We are playing IPL, not club cricket. The umpires should keep their eyes open, this decision was very bad."

Kohli along with Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma also expressed frustration over the decision. He said, "After the match was over, I found out that the last ball was no-ball, such decisions are not right for cricket, a ball of Bumrah was not wide and the players can not do anything more about it."

De Villiers, on the other hand, scored 70 runs off 41 balls for Bengaluru. He got the liver on the first ball. Mayank Markandeya's ball went to Yuvraj Singh with his bat, but he could not catch it. However, his mistake did not beat Mumbai. If De Villiers gave Bengaluru victory in the match, then Yuvraj was responsible for the defeat for Mumbai.

Yuvraj also showed his fast bowling batting in this match. He scored three consecutive sixes for India's top-leg spinner Yuswendra Chahal. Mohammed Siraj took his catch on the boundary line on the fourth ball, otherwise he would have been only six.

                

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