Conway had to return to the pavilion due to non-availability of DRS, MS Dhoni was unhappy in the dressing room

DRS Controversy: A strange drama was seen in the match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Actually, on the second ball of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) innings, the umpire declared Devon Conway out LBW. The umpire raised a finger after Daniel Sams’ ball hit Devon Conway’s pad. Devon Conway was unhappy with the umpire’s decision and wanted a review. But they were told that you cannot take the review. Actually, the reason for the review not being available was attributed to a technical snag. The umpire told that there is some technical fault in the ground, so the review is not available at the moment.

‘Devon Conway would not have been out if DRS had been available’

DRS was not available due to a technical fault

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