IPL 2022, DC vs MI: Delhi Capitals Pay Big Price For Rishabh Pant’s Decision To Not Take DRS Against Tim David

IPL 2022, DC vs MI: Delhi Capitals Pay Big Price For Rishabh Pant’s Decision To Not Take DRS Against Tim David

Delhi Capital has paid a high price for Reshbh Paints' DRS Blender against Tim David.

Ultra Edge reveals that Tim David pushed Shardul Thackeray’s delivery forward.

The Delhi Capitals paid the final price for the DRS error through the captain. رشبھ پنت As Mumbai Indians defeated them by 5 wickets and eliminated them from IPL 2022. DC needed to win the match to qualify for the playoffs at the expense of Royal Challengers Bangalore, but decided not to reconsider the catch-out against Pant’s decision. Tim David The Capitals came back to bother when they scored 34 invaluable runs at a crucial stage of the match to ensure Mumbai’s victory.

Pant had already made life difficult for himself and his team by dropping the setter of the South African Big Hutter. David Bruce. But Shardul Thakur He made sure the losses weren’t too much as he sent the Brewers back on the third delivery of the 15th over.

Power hitter David came to bat next. Shardol had a good ball in the channel outside the off stump and David missed the ball trying to reach the cover. A noise was heard through the stump’s mic and Pant was appealing immediately after safely pouching the ball behind the stump.

An appeal was made but the on-field umpire turned it down. With their two reviews in the bag, everyone expected Captain Pant to go for the DRS. But to everyone’s surprise, Pant decided not to reconsider the decision after a brief discussion with bowler Shardul Thakur.

Minutes later, Ultra Edge showed a spike, which meant that if Pant had decided to reconsider the decision, it would have ended David’s innings on the duck.

The Singaporean had to pay a heavy price to the Capitals for this mistake as he hit four sixes and two fours in the next nine balls and bowled Shardul in the 18th over after scoring 34 off just 11 balls. Until then, Mumbai was on the rise and Delhi could never back down from this catastrophic decision.

Mumbai finally won the match in the last over, which disappointed the Delhi Capitals camp, but they were responsible for the result.


The four teams that have qualified for the IPL 2022 playoffs are Gujarat Titans, Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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