IPL 2019: CSK Vs Mi Final Match, Social Media Twitter Reactions On Mahendra Singh Dhoni Run Out | The debate on the social media about Dhoni's run out, that was also the turning point of the match - Online Betting Guides
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IPL 2019: CSK Vs Mi Final Match, Social Media Twitter Reactions On Mahendra Singh Dhoni Run Out | The debate on the social media about Dhoni's run out, that was also the turning point of the match

People questioning Dhoni's runout decision
Dhoni runs out on the direct throw of Ishan Kishan

new Delhi. Mumbai Indians became the champions in the final of the IPL-12 match played at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad. Chennai Super Kings were beaten by a run in the hands of Mumbai Indians. However, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's run out in the match is a matter of discussion. Dhoni's wicket was also a turning point in the match.

People are questioning Dhoni's runout decision

On the decision of Dhoni's run out, people are questioning the social media. When Dhoni came to bat, Chennai's score was 73/3. The entire team's responsibility was on their shoulders. Hardik Pandya came in to bowl in the 13th over of the match.

On the fourth ball of the over, Shane Watson played a shot in the direction of the short square leg and ran for the run. Lasith Malinga has done a wrong throw. Dhoni tried to score runs over Overthrow, but Ishaan Kishan's straight throw was run out.

Nigel Long's decision has disappointed many cricket fans: The ground umpire asked for the opinion from the third umpire. TV umpire saw replays from many Angles. After watching many replays at the end, TV umpire Nigel Long asked Dhoni to give out the run out.

However, according to the rules of cricket, in most cases of doubt, most decisions go in favor of the batsman, but the decision of the umpire goes in favor of the opposing team, not in favor of Dhoni. Nigel Long's decision has disappointed many cricket and Dhoni's fans. There is a debate over Dhoni's run out on the social media.

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