This second case of debate between Virat Kohli and any umpire in IPL
Captain of Bengaluru was upset with the delivery of Umesh's ball to a ball against Hyderabad
Bengaluru There is another controversy related to umpiring in IPL 2019. The matter is between the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Hyderabad played the first match in Bangalore on May 4 in this match. The last ball of the 20th over of the innings was termed by umpire Nigel Long as no-ball. Bangalore's captain Virat Kohli and other bowlers flared up on this decision by the umpire. His umpire was debated. Long later, Long put his temper in the umpire's door and hit him at the door. According to media reports, the door was broken. For this Long also had to pay a fine of five thousand rupees.
It was no-ball
It was clear on the TV screen that Umesh's feet were inside the crease while throwing the ball. Umesh first talked to the umpire about this. After this Virat also came. His debate with the umpire However, the umpires remained firm on their decision and Umesh had to bowl the ball again.
Angry at the door
After the innings is over the players dressing room and umpire go to their room. Nigel reached the long umpire room and stumbled so loudly on the door that he broke. However, Long had a sense of guilt. After the match, he also paid a compensation of Rs. 5000 to the Karnataka Cricket Association.
Elite panel umpires are long
Nigel Long, 50, originally belongs to England. He has been involved in the ICC Elite Panel for many years. He is also going to umpire in the World Cup. Some media reports have said that the Karnataka Cricket Association has sent the report of the incident to the BCCI. He can take further action in this matter. IPL is also going to be a long umpire in the final. This season, during a match of Rajasthan Royals and Bengaluru, the umpire and Virat Kohli were also debated.