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Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo sparked controversy in IPL 2019 final between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. | Pollard stops the umpire; Wide controversy over Mumbai's last over

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The ball pitch outside the crease box also did not give the umpire a wide contract

Hyderabad There are questions on the level of umpiring in the final of the IPL 2019. The action of Mumbai Indians batsman Kieron Pollard showed the umpires angry and warned them to follow the rules clearly. The matter happened during the batting of Mumbai Indians, which was the last ball of the 20th over on the third ball. This ball was to be given wide but the umpire did not do it. Pollard became angry with this. Bowler was Pollard's compatriot Dwayne Bravo

Ball pitch
The last over of the Mumbai Indians innings was Dwayne Bravo. Before throwing his ball, Pollard came from the leg to the off stump. Bravo bowled the ball and bowled out. The ball was pitch outside the crease box and according to the rules, the Wide Agreement should be called. but that did not happen. Pollard became angry with this but said nothing. When Bravo came to throw the next ball, Pollard was standing outside the stump. Bravo was running on the runup. At the same time, Pollard moved away from Stumph and even moved out of the pitch area.

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The umpire called Pollard
Pollard's action was found in both the umpire's game spirit and the rules. Pollard was called and talked to him for a long time. Prior to this Pollard bounced the bat into the air. However, Pollard hit two consecutive boundaries at the last ball of the innings, that is, fifth and sixth ball, and brought the team's score to 149. In this IPL, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni has also been annoyed with the decisions of the umpires twice. Umpire Nigel Long was so angry after Virat's debate that he broke the umpire's gate. Later the damages had to be filled.

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