DRS did not run in power outage, Conway was the victim of bad decision

After losing the toss against Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings were all out for just 96 runs today. Chennai could not make a big capital due to the poor batting performance of the batsmen.

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However, it has been seen that Devon Conway has grown out by pushing everything. Could not manage DRSE. As a result, he was the victim of a bad-out decision.

In the second over of the first over of Chennai’s innings, the field umpire dismissed bowler Daniel Shams at the request of LBW. Conway could not take DRS due to power outage at that time. As a result, Conway had to return to the toilet despite not being out. He is the victim of misfortune, Chennai Super Kings is also the victim of misfortune.

Later in the TV replay it was seen that Devon Conway was not out. The ball went out leaving the leg stump. Yet he has to return to the toilet.

Non-striker Ruturaj Gaikwad started arguing with the umpires about this. Even Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma joined the fray. The replay showed that the ball was leaving the leg stump and if DRS technology could have been used, maybe Conway would not have been out.

The DRS drama did not end there. In the next over, Robin Uthappa was lbw out by Jaspreet Bumrah and umpire Chris Gaffani pointed the finger without any hesitation. Uthappa also wanted to take a review; But he could not take DRS as the technology was not yet introduced.

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