Elim Dar, who was umpiring on this, gave the batsman his out-of-favor. But Plunkett was not satisfied with this decision and he demanded referrals.

Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar is recognized for his good umpiring in international cricket. Recently in a match between Sri Lanka and England, Aleem Dar did something that once again Alim Dar won the hearts of Cricket fans. In fact, the rain came in the match and all the players left the field, but Aleem Dar stood on the field in the rain for a decision and left the field only after deciding. In fact, during the last one-day match between Sri Lanka and England, the batting of England was in dire straits to flop hopes. At the same time, the first ball of England’s innings in the 27th over, Sri Lankan spinner Akila Dhananjay’s googly ball was not able to read the Liam Plunkett and the ball went straight to his pads.

Elim Dar, who was umpiring on this, gave the batsman his out-of-favor. But Plunkett was not satisfied with this decision and he demanded referrals. After this, when the third umpire was watching the replays. Only then did the rain raging and all the players ran towards the dressing room. But Aleem Dar did not leave the ground due to the incomplete decision. When the third umpire was satisfied after seeing the replays, the decision of the ground umpire was correct, then he reported to Aleem Dar. After this, Aleem returned out of the ground while pointing out the door. Let Sri Lanka win this match by 219 runs on the basis of the Duckworth-Lewis rule.

Let us know that England won the ODI series between the two countries. England won the series with a difference of 3-1. The first match of the series was postponed due to rain. In the fifth match, Sri Lanka saved some respect while performing the best. The Sri Lankan team won the toss and bat first and scored 366 runs. On behalf of Sri Lanka, Nirvana Dikewala scored a brilliant 95 and captain Dinesh Chandimal scored an excellent 80 runs. In response, England’s batting slumped badly and the team was in very bad position by losing 9 wickets in 13 overs in 13 overs. Only then did the rain come. Subsequently Sri Lanka was declared the winner on the basis of Duckworth-Lewis rule.