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rcb vs mi lasith mailnga no ball controversy umpire decision criticized by veteran cricketers | Former cricketers said that such a ball should never be overlooked in this phase of technology

               
Former cricketers named in the Mumbai-Bangalore match, the umpire named Sunil Ravi's decision as a big mistake.
South African captain Duplessis said – Third umpire should also play its responsibility

Sports desk Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 runs in the 7th match of IPL-12 on Thursday. For Bengaluru, they needed 7 runs on the last ball of the match to win. AB de Villiers was on strike and Lasith Malinga had a ball in hand. Malinga threw the ball, his leg was very out of the crease. Despite this, the umpire did not give it a no ball and Mumbai's victory was stamped.

Bangalore's captain Virat Kohli and Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma were also very angry with this decision by the umpire. Apart from these, many former cricketers were also upset with the decision of field umpire. Former cricketers say that despite such a modern technique being available, such a no ball should not be overlooked. Social media users also got their anger against Ampar Sundaram Ravi

Former England captain Michael Vaughan tweeted, "Despite the age of such technology and constant monitoring, no balls should never be missed."

In an era of so much technology and with so much at stake NO BALLS should never be missed …. #JustSaying # IPL2019
– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) March 28, 2019

Kevin Pietersen, another former England captain, tweeted, "The technology which is living in us in the world should not be there. The end of the story! '

In the world of technology that we live in, a NO BALL like that should happen! End of Story!
– Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@ KP24) March 28, 2019

Captain Faf du Plessis, captain of the South African cricket team, believes that third umpires should also play their part in such cases. He tweeted, "The technique should be used more and more times in cricket … many front foot no-balls are exhausted all the time. Only the batter's check is done out The third umpire should tell the field umpire that a no ball has been dropped.

Technology should be used much more often in cricket … so many front foot no-balls missed all the formats and only checked on dismissal. Should be as simple as 3rd umpire telling the umpire through ear piece that no ball has been bowled.
– Faf Du Plessis (@ faf1307) March 28, 2019

Commentator and former cricketer Akash Chopra wrote, "Malinga's last ball was no-ball in the last ball. The big case is. The umpire missed it. Heavy mistake can not believe.'

Malinga's last ball was a no-ball …. BIG one Umpire missed it. Colossal error Unbelievable #RCBvMI #IPL
– Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 28, 2019

The sky has raised this issue even in 2013. He then cited the match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab, saying, "In the event of a batsman being dismissed, the field umpire case seeks advice from the third umpire. If the umpires often miss such a no ball then why not use the technique should be allowed.

This is what I had to say about the front-foot no-ball and the use of technology in 2013. Yes … saying it since then ☺️🤗 https://t.co/R02FJ2Bljz #AakashVani
– Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 28, 2019

Former cricketer Deep Das Gupta said, "It is a shame that the end of such a wonderful game happened with a dispute. This is my side. '

Shame that a wonderful game like that had end with a controversy, my take, on @ESPNcricinfo #RCBvMI # IPL2019 pic.twitter.com/rcs8DvjEif
– Deep Dasgupta (@ DeepDasgupta7) March 28, 2019
                
                
                
            

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