WPL, DC vs GG | Twitter reacts as change in decision after definite nick leaves Harleen Deol surprised

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Whenever on-field umpires’ decision gets overturned after DRS, players often express emotions after returning to the pavilion due to lack of clarity. However, there was no doubt that Harleen Deol got a nick behind on Thursday, yet she left in frustration and anger while walking back to the dugout.

Harleen Deol is one of the many Indian stars who has been in excellent form with the bat in the ongoing Women’s Premier League (WPL). The 24-year-old all-rounder, who is representing Gujarat Giants, seemed confident on Thursday as well while playing against Delhi Capitals at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai. However, after helping her side recover from 4/2 alongside Laura Wolvaardt, the moment she was about to accelerate, she lost her wicket after scoring 31 off 33 balls.

The incident happened during the 10th over of the innings when Deol made room and tried to cut Jess Jonassen’s shortish length delivery which drifted in, only to find a thin nick  Behind the stumps, Taniya Bhatia took an excellent catch with the big gloves, and soon after, went for an appeal with sheer confidence. However, the on-field umpire was unmoved, and Bhatia, after discussing with skipper Meg Lanning, convinced her to take the review.

The replay on the big screen showed Bhatia was spot on, and therefore, the umpire had to overturn the decision. However, Deol was surprised to see she got a nick behind, and due to that, she expressed her frustration with a gesture, which suggested ‘how did it happen?’

Even while walking back, Deol was constantly nodding her head, and it drew a lot of attention on social media because usually players get aware whenever they get any nick.

She was like: What? Why? how? No!!!!

She is doing decent!

Yes! Good consistency!

She was frustrated and confused!

Yes! Could see it! Sad :(

Decent innings comes to an end!

No comments! No negativity!!!

Sed lifee guyzzz!!!

Agreed!

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