Previous South Africa quick bowler Dale Steyn figured that Rahul Tripathi’s catch in the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Punjab Kings in Dubai on Friday was a perfect one. The veteran, who resigned from all types of cricket back in August, said that after the constant film was broadcasted, he felt that the defender had his hands under the ball.
In the nineteenth over of the Kings’ run-pursue, KL Rahul went for a hurl on the leg side off Shivam Mavi, yet couldn’t time the ball appropriately. Tripathi plunged on to his front and thought that he had taken the catch neatly, yet third umpire, Anil Dandekar, felt in any case and gave the choice in the player’s approval
Steyn was obvious in saying that dialing the recording back confounded the umpire partially and Mavi was denied the wicket.
I thought it was a perfect catch, says Dale Steyn
“At the point when they were showing it like a replay, they dialed it back and I saw the ball push on the floor and I imagined that is not out. Then, at that point, I watched it continuously and he appeared as though he had it as he got his hand.
“At the point when you slow Dale Steyn, you begin discovering things that are really not there. I’m going with ‘Out’. I thought it was a spotless catch and he had his hands under the ball,” Steyn told ESPNcricinfo.
Previous Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar was additionally basic for the explanation that a constant replay wasn’t utilized to pass judgment on the authenticity of the catch. He repeated Steyn’s words, saying that dialing back the replays didn’t make things understood.
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“I’ve said this multiple occasions on different stages and I’m stunned they haven’t investigated this matter. With regards to low gets, particularly in the profound, the third umpire needs to demand viewing an ongoing replay.
“Dale Steyn, you find out about if the catch is spotless. At the point when you slow things down, the entire things become convoluted,” Manjrekar said.
After the game, previous cricketers Gautam Gambhir and Graeme Swann likewise blew up at the third umpire for not settling on the right choice at a pivotal phase of the game.