Andre Russell was on three runs, then Shami bowled them
Only three players inside the 30 yard line, the umpire gave no-ball
Sports desk In the sixth match of IPL, Andre Russell of Kolkata Knight Riders played a 48-run knock against Kings XI Punjab. He played 17 balls for this. Russell made three fours and five sixes. During his innings when he was on three runs, Mohammad Shami bowled him, but the umpire called him a no ball. Actually, there were only three players inside the 30 yard line. According to the rule, at least four fielders must be within this line. Kolkata beat Punjab by 28 runs in this match.
Russell shared 67 runs with Uthappa
When Russell was bowled on Shami's no ball, then the team's score was 161. After this, Kolkata scored 56 runs in the last three overs. Russell shared 67 runs with 32 balls for the fourth wicket with Uthappa.
Shami made the last ball of the 17th over at a speed of 138 kilometers per hour. There was a ball Yorker, who Russell did not play and became bold. According to fielding rules, the umpire called the ball a no ball. On this, Punjab captain Ravichandran Ashwin was also angry.
After lifting the life, Russell put two fours and two sixes in Andrew Tie's ball in his next over. In the 19th over, he hit three fours and a four consecutive for Shami. Total 25 runs in that over. Tie dismissed Russell on the fourth ball of the 20th over.