IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK Highlights: In the last over of Mumbai Indians innings, Pollard was constantly slipping towards Wide’s line, and Bravo, thinking of it, had three empty balls in a row outside the wide line.
IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK: Mumbai Indians batsman Kieron Pollard took a strike near the Wide Line during the IPL final against Chennai Super Kings on Sunday and almost then went out of the pitch for which he faces the umpires’ reprimand Had to do
Pollard, however, remained in protest. In the last over of Mumbai Indians innings, Pollard was constantly slipping towards Wide’s line, and Bravo, thinking of it, had three empty balls in a row outside the wide line.
The first ball hit Pollard’s bat but the other two balls were not given wide by the umpire Nitin Menon. After the third ball, Pollard’s frustration could be seen clearly and he bounced without saying a few balls in the air.
Bravo then moved to throw the fourth ball, then Pollard left the stump empty and went towards the wide line. Unlike the game spirit, Square leg umpire Ian Gould and Menon reprimanded this senior batsman for this behavior.
Pollard, however, did not say anything in opposition during this period and got ready for batting.
Pollard scored an unbeaten 41 in 25 balls for his team, bringing the team to a score of 149.
Pollard gave Bravo the last two balls to consistently give the team the right to fight two consecutive fours. In addition to Pollard, Quinton de Kock scored 29 runs in 17 balls for Mumbai.