Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal

IPL 2022: Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal, Daniel Vettori and Imran Tahir call for inclusion in high no-ball and wide DRS- Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori and South African spinner Imran Tahir think that wide and high no-balls should also come under the DRS scanner as the umpire’s call has sparked new controversy here during the Rajasthan Royals’ IPL match against Kolkata Knight Riders. FIPL 2022 live updates with InsideSport.IN please

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Defending 18 runs from the last two overs, Royals skipper Sanju Samson was visibly annoyed by three wide calls from umpire Nitin Pandit in the last over on Monday despite several moves from batsmen – Rinku Singh and Nitish Rana.

Samson satirically went to ask for reviews while the ball was miles away from the bat.

The former Kiwi all-rounder has once again spoken out on the issue, with wide and waist height no-balls for review, sparking a new controversy.

IPL 2022: Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal, Daniel Vettori and Imran Tahir call for inclusion in high no-ball and wide DRS

“I don’t think it was really a thought of getting out … at all (players should be allowed a comprehensive review). Players should be able to make decisions on such important issues, ”Vettori, former Royal Challengers Bangalore coach, told ESPNCricinfo.com.

“It simply came to our notice then. But we have sat here many times and seen the bowlers decide against the bowlers who are so close and the umpire has misunderstood.

“So players should have some way to correct those mistakes. That’s why DRS was brought: to correct mistakes. I want to see that happen. And the players are very good judges of it. They often do not fix it.
IPL 2022: Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal, Daniel Vettori and Imran Tahir call for inclusion in high no-ball and wide DRS

According to ICC Rule 22.4.1, “The umpire should not consider a delivery as wide if the striker, moving, either passes the ball wide from him, or brings the ball within sufficient reach. A simple cricket stroke is capable of hitting it. To be. “

The Rajasthan Royals were embroiled in another controversy – this time with a no-ball in their match against Rishabh Pant-led Delhi Capitals.

To chase a huge 223, Delhi needed 36 from the last over and Rovman Powell went ahead with three sixes in a row.

The third six came from a waist-high full toss but the on-field umpires did not call it a no-ball, nor did they choose to mention it.

IPL 2022: Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal, Daniel Vettori and Imran Tahir call for inclusion in high no-ball and wide DRS

This led to an unprecedented scene in the Delhi dugout as Pant started calling back the players and their assistant coach Praveen Amre took to the field for a clear violation of the code of conduct.

Echoing similar sentiments, former Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Tahir said: “Yes, why not (review) There is not much for bowlers in that game. When batsmen are hitting you everywhere, you have no choice but to bowl wide yorker or wide leg break. If it gets too wide, you’ll run into problems. “

“But look, it was a close call. Samson was a little disappointed. It was a 50-50 thing. I don’t think it should be a big problem. Kolkata played well, and they are going to win. But yes there should be a review that can go for a player, ”he added.

Rana and Singh’s KKR pair scored 17 runs in the last over to secure a seven-wicket victory with five balls to spare.

IPL 2022: Sanju Samson’s bizarre wide-ball DRS could be ideal, Daniel Vettori and Imran Tahir call for inclusion in high no-ball and wide DRS

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