In the 48th over of India's innings, Jadeja ran for a single, Fielder attempted a runout in a direct throw.
On the appeal of the West Indies, the umpire did not give out and sent the case to the third umpire after a long time
By then the runout had been shown in replays on the big screen on the field
Jadeja's bat did not reach the crease and the third umpire gave him the runout, Kohli resented it
Dainik BhaskarDec 16, 2019, 11:34 AM IST Sports Desk. The West Indies defeated India by 8 wickets in the Chennai ODI on Sunday. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was controversially runout during the Indian innings in the match. Captain Virat Kohli expressed his displeasure over this and said that he has not seen this in cricket till date. South Africa's Shaun George, who is umpiring in the match, is embroiled in the same issue.
In the 48th over of India's innings, Jadeja ran for a single. Fielder attempted a runout in a direct throw. The West Indies team appealed but umpire Shaun did not give out. He referred the case to the third umpire after a long time. By then the runout had been shown in the replay on the big screen on the field. Jadeja's bat did not reach the crease and the third umpire called him a runout.
People can't appeal by watching TV: Kohli
Kohli said, "What is normal is what Fielder asked? The umpire then said that there is no out. The matter ends here. People sitting outside the ground watching the TV cannot tell the players to appeal to the umpire again. I have never seen this in cricket. According to me, the match referee and umpires should do a review in this matter and make sure it does not happen again. ”
Umpire made the right decision: Pollard
Windies team captain Kieron Pollard said the on-field umpire had taken the right decision. We appealed to him and he did not give out in an immediate decision. He then felt right to send the case to the third umpire, which he did.
The Windies won against India by 8 wickets after 10 years, in the match, India had scored 287 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs. In response, the West Indies team scored 291 for 2 wickets in 47.5 overs. The Windies team won against India by 8 wickets after 10 years. Windies' Shimron Hetmyer scored 139 and Shai Hope scored an unbeaten 102. Both shared a 218-run partnership for the second wicket. Rishabh Pant scored 71 and Shreyas Iyer scored 70 runs for India. Kedar Jadhav contributed 40 runs.