Virat Kohli was seen whining on the field after the third umpire declared Kane Williamson not out, where Yuzvendra Chahal was convinced that the ball hit by Widdhiman Saha had hit his hand before hitting the stumps. Despite the drama, later it was revealed that Williamson had made his ground.
After a flying start for Hyderabad, scoring almost half of the runs required in the powerplay itself, Yuzvendra Chahal tried to put an end to the onslaught on Hyderabad by taking the wicket of Manish Pandey in the 7th over. It was followed by a good over from Isuru Udana, giving just 4 runs. Then, Chahal bowling his second over, looked convinced that he had touched the ball that went on the hit the stumps on a shot played by Wriddhiman Saha.
The decision was sent upstairs, where the third umpire after careful observation couldn’t find any conclusive evidence that Chahal had touched the ball and declared Kane Williamson not out. Later, it was revealed that Williamson had easily made his crease and whether the ball had touched Chahal’s finger was of no consequence. Interestingly, Virat Kohli kept whining even after the third umpire ruled it not out and the Twitterati were not too pleased by a cribbing Kohli.
That was NOT OUT anyway!
Regarding the Chahal's appeal for runout:: what could Kohli and Chahal be possibly arguing with on field umpire when 3rd umpire has given Notout?? #staraikelungal— Srikrishnan (@srikrish180511) October 31, 2020
Kohli and umpire - argument!
how about Kohli arguing with umpires? any general rule applies there or Kohli hai to sab chalta hai?— Lofted drive (@DriveLofted) October 31, 2020
Kane was inside the crease, Kohli!
Kane was already inside the crease why is Kohli even arguing with the umpires— Dr. Virgo Supercluster (@SavageRaptor7) October 31, 2020
Ab kya tu king Kohli hai isiliye ball ko sirf ungli laagi hai isiliye out de de kya ?
No difference anyway!
Kohli's arguing like big difference this wicket will make to our chances 🙂— Ashritha (@imashritha) October 31, 2020