Mitchell Marsh: Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals were face to face in IPL on Wednesday night. In this match, Rajasthan had to face defeat by 8 wickets. Delhi batsman Mitchell Marsh played a special role in this defeat of Rajasthan. He took the match away from the reach of Rajasthan by playing an innings of 89 runs off 62 balls. However, Rajasthan had a golden opportunity to send Marsh to the pavilion early, which the team lost.
Actually, Mitchell Marsh was clearly out LBW in the third over of Delhi’s innings. A yorker from Trent Boult hit Marsh’s pad directly. Bolt also appealed for LBW on this but the on-field umpire did not give out. For a moment, it seemed that Rajasthan captain Sanju Samson would take a review on it, but Sanju Samson felt that the ball had taken the edge of the bat, so he did not take the review. Later replays showed that the ball had hit the pad before hitting the bat. It was visible through Hawk Eye that the ball was going straight towards the stump. In such a situation, if this review was taken, Marsh would have had to return to the pavilion for just three runs.
It was difficult for Rajasthan not to take this review and Marsh later scored a quick 89 to give Delhi an easy victory. Had this review been taken, then surely the Rajasthan bowlers could have turned the result of the match by putting pressure on the Delhi batsmen.
Rajasthan did not get the support of luck
Batting first, Rajasthan had scored 160 runs in this match. Batting on this wicket looked a bit difficult. In such a situation, it seemed that Rajasthan would defend this score of 160. The Rajasthan bowlers also started well. Delhi’s batsmen were able to score only 5 runs in the first three overs, while their one wicket had also fallen. But after this, Rajasthan had to lose the match unfortunately due to not taking a review of Marsh’s LBW, a few catches being dropped and Chahal’s delivery not falling on the stumps.
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