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WATCH: Pant insists on Hooda's dismissal after Iyer withdraws appeal


NEW DELHI: The Eliminator conflict between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2019 on Wednesday witnessed high drama in both innings. Delhi in the end pulled off a thrilling two-wicket win, however a few controversial and abnormal incidents stole the limelight.

One such incident happened within the ultimate over of the Hyderabad innings. Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant ran out Deepak Hooda (4) on the non-strikers finish on the second closing ball of the innings.


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Trying to steal a handy guide a rough single after failing to hook up with the ball, Hooda while finishing the run collided with the bowler Keemo Paul in the course of the pitch.

With Pant hitting the stumps, Hooda used to be discovered way wanting his ground. But DC skipper Shreyas Iyer made up our minds to withdraw the run-out enchantment.


Iyer used to be happy to let the batsmen proceed, because the collision with the bowler resulted in Hooda falling wanting his ground. However Pant intervened, asking his skipper to keep on with the enchantment, for the reason that umpire had already given Hooda out.


Replays later additionally showed that Pant used to be right in asking Iyer to keep on with the enchantment, because Hooda used to be operating in the course of the pitch.


Sanjay Manjerekar mentioned this while commentating, that Iyer used to be being ‘too sort’ and Pant did the best thing through asking his captain to keep on with the enchantment.


SRH, in the end managed 162/eight and Delhi chased down the target off the second closing ball in their innings.


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