Here’s Why Devon Conway Couldn’t Review Mumbai Indians Vs LBW Decision

Here’s Why Devon Conway Couldn’t Review Mumbai Indians Vs LBW Decision

Devon Conway was dismissed lbw by Daniel Sams and could not review the decision

Chennai Super Kings made a disastrous start to their match against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium as they lost their opener Devon Conway And Moeen Ali in the very first over Daniel Samso, things got worse Jasprit Bumrah removed Robin Uthappa In the second over of the match.

What was surprising though was that left-hander Conway wanted to review the decision, but had to walk back as the DRS facility was not available at the time. Wankhede Stadium was facing some serious electrical issues and as a result DRS facility was not available at that time.

Even the toss was delayed as one of the light towers was facing problems.

The decision against Conway looked very complicated as the ball hit the middle stump and it looked like it might have missed the leg stump.

Commentators including former India captain and batting maestro Sunil GavaskarThey were unanimous in their opinion that it was a bad decision and the ball would have missed the stumps.

For Conway, it was a disappointing end as he was dismissed for a duck, halting CSK’s run of three consecutive fifties by scoring 85*, 56, 87 in the last three matches.


Even Robin Uthappa wanted to review his decision as he was hit on the pads by Bumrah and given out by the umpire. But the facility of DRS was not available yet. This time, however, the decision seemed right as the ball was in line and the commentators thought it would have hit the stumps.

The problem was rectified before the end of the second over as reported by the commentators during the broadcast.

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