Rishabh Pant ran Deepak Hooda out in the 20th over of Hyderabad innings
Deepak was hit on the pitch when he was hit by Delhi's Keemo Paul during the run
Sports desk IPL Eliminator match between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad was played at Dr. YS Rajshekhar Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam. The last over of the Hyderabad innings was disputed when Deepak Hooda was run out. Cheema Paul, who is bowling while running for Deepak Run, came in between them. This did not reach the lamp crease and ran out on the throat of Rishabh Pant. Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer, after showing the game spirit, withdrew the appeal of the run-out, but Pant refused to accept and the lamp had to return to the pavilion.
On the fifth ball of the 20th over of Hyderabad innings, the lamp was on the strike. Paul did not play the ball The ball went to the wicketkeeper Pant. Meanwhile, Deepak had run for the run. Due to colliding with Paul, he fell down on the crease. During this, Pant thrown the direct runs and ran him out.
Pant asked Iyer not to withdraw the appeal
Asked by the umpires on the run out of Iyer, the captain of Delhi withdrew the appeal. Only then did Pant reach the umpire. He talked to Aiyar and asked not to withdraw the appeal. On the appeal of Iyer, the umpires asked Deepak Hooda to go for a pavilion.