lasith malinga no ball controversy: Virat Kohli stormed into the Umpire room and hurled abuses at him. Kohli reprimanded in the referee's room, said- I do not care about the violation of Code of Conduct - Online Betting Guides
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lasith malinga no ball controversy: Virat Kohli stormed into the Umpire room and hurled abuses at him. Kohli reprimanded in the referee's room, said- I do not care about the violation of Code of Conduct

Malinga's last ball was no-ball in the match against Bengaluru, but could not see the umpire
Kohli had said – this bad decision, the umpires should keep the eyes open

Bengaluru After the no-ball controversy against the Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli went to the referee's room in an angry manner. It is revealed in the media reports that they also made unpleasant and catholic remarks with the referee. Actually, Due to Ravi's mistake, Lasith Malinga's last ball was not ball-ball. Subsequently, Ravi's joke was fired on social media.

In the last over, Bengaluru were to score 17 runs

According to the reports, right after the presentation ceremony, Kohli entered the room of the referee Manu Aiyar in anger. He also used an abusive language while expressing resentment. Kohli told the referee not to worry about this if he was convicted of violating the Code of Conduct.

Bengaluru were to score 17 runs in the last over to win. Shivam Dubey and AB de Villiers scored 10 runs from the first five balls. Malinga's last ball could not make Dubey Run. This won the team from Mumbai. However, Malinga's foot was visible outside the crease in TV Replay. After this Virat Kohli got angry.

Kohli expressed frustration over the decision of the umpire. He was not trying to add anger to any player in anger. He said, "We are playing IPL, not club cricket. The umpires should keep their eyes open, this decision was very bad."

Kohli along with Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma also expressed frustration over the decision. He said, "After the match was over, I found out that the last ball was no-ball, such decisions are not right for cricket, a ball of Bumrah was not wide and the players can not do anything more about it."

Umpire S. Due to this mistake of Ravi, it was believed that he would be suspended, but the BCCI would not be able to do this. Ravi is the only Indian umpire involved in the ICC Elite Panel. The board roster has only 11 umpires for 56 IPL matches.

The member of the umpiring committee said, "We have only 17 umpires, for the duty of field and third umpires, 11 of them are from the elite panel and six are foreigners, and there are six other Indians in the form of fourth umpire." In this case, rigorous action can not be taken against Ravi.

                

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