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In
the
final
over
of
the
innings
in
the
match
between
Delhi
Capitals
and
Chennai
Super
Kings
(CSK)
on
Monday,
the
second
delivery
bowled
by
Dwayne
Bravo
landed
miles
outside
off
and
it
did
not
even
hit
the
pitch.

The
TV
umpire
had
ruled
it
as
wide
and
everyone
was
shocked
to
see
the
delivery
not
being
termed
as
a
no-ball.

“That
was
clearly
a
no-ball.
We’ve
had
a
couple
of
decisions
from
TV
umpires,
which
in
these
circumstances
can
make
the
difference
between
winning
and
losing,
and
that
shouldn’t
happen,”
said
Gavaskar
while
commentating
for
Star
Sports.

”These
kinds
of
decisions
should
not
change
the
game.
It’s
a
good
thing
Delhi
won
because
that
could
have
changed
the
game,”
he
added.
However,
the
umpire’s
decision
was
indeed
right
and
R
Ashwin’s
reading
of
the
MCC
laws
cleared
the
air
on
how
the
on-field
official’s
call
was
bang
on.

“In
case,
people
are
wondering,
if
the
ball
pitches
outside
the
pitch
it
is
supposed
to
be
a
no-ball
and
if
it
pitches
behind
the
stumps,
it
is
a
wide.
That
is
the
clarification,”
Ashwin
told
teammate
Shimron
Hetmyer
in
a
video
posted
on
iplt20.com.

Hetmyer
played
an
unbeaten
knock
of
28
runs
off
just
18
balls
to
help
Delhi
Capitals
defeat
CSK
by
three
wickets
with
two
balls
to
spare.
With
this
win,
Rishabh
Pant-led
outfit
moved
to
the
top
of
the
points
table
with
20
points
from
13
games.

The
Delhi
outfit
will
be
keen
to
maintain
the
run
at
the
top
when
they
face
Royal
Challengers
Bangalore
in
the
last
league
game
of
IPL
2021
on
Friday.

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