There was confusion over a no-ball in the last over of a strained match in the 2019 Indian Premier League. Ben Stokes conveyed a high full hurl and keeping in mind that the umpire flagged a no-ball, Bruce Oxenford at square let, said it was a lawful conveyance.
On-field batsmen Ravindra Jadeja and Mitchell Santner quickly got into a contention with the umpires while MS Dhoni charged onto the field and got associated with a warmed contention with the match authorities.
Santner hit the last ball for a six to verify an exciting triumph and MS Dhoni was named man-of-the-coordinate for his abrasive fifty. He seemed to battle and even got on-field restorative consideration amid his thump.
Not long after the match, an IPL public statement said Dhoni had confessed to breaking the competition’s Code of Conduct.
“MS Dhoni, the Chennai Super Kings skipper, was fined 50 percent of his match charges for breaking the VIVO Indian Premier League’s (IPL) Code of Conduct amid his group’s match against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur.”
“Mr Dhoni admitted to the Level 2 offense 2.20 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct and acknowledged the approval,” the discharge said.
Shockingly, Murali Karthik did not ask MS Dhoni any inquiries on his upheaval amid the post-coordinate introduction function.