India batsman Suryakumar Yadav’s searing fifty on maiden T20I innings for India was stopped by a dubious excusal of Sam Curran in the fourteenth over of the match in Ahmedabad. Surya finished his maiden half-century and he was taking a gander at the melody before he was given out in a dubious way. Suryakumar withdrew for 57 notwithstanding no definitive proof of Dawid Malan taking the catch at profound fine-leg.
Suryakumar played the Nataraja shot and it flew directly to Malan. Yet, the umpires sent it higher up and ‘the delicate sign was out. There was no definitive proof, as indicated by the third umpire. Nonetheless, replays proposed that the ball had hit the ground. Suryakumar’s dubious excusal of Sam Curran started the delicate sign discussion as numerous specialists scrutinized the standard.
Unlucky Suryakumar Yadav poor decision by umpire onfield and 3rd umpire Hard luck SKY
— Danish Kaneria (@DanishKaneria61) March 18, 2021
That’s Not-Out IMHO. Let technology overrule it. https://t.co/3WmKpXMG6E
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 18, 2021
— ದೊಡ್ಡ ಗಣೇಶ್ | Dodda Ganesh (@doddaganesha) March 18, 2021
Always a good idea to give 3rd umpire real time replay of low catches along with the slow motions and zoomed-in replays. Just another perspective on the tricky low catches. #INDvENGt20
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) March 18, 2021