Mumbai: In the match played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals in the fifteenth season of IPL on Wednesday, David Warner played an unbeaten knock of 52 runs in 41 balls and played a key role in helping the team win by 8 wickets. But during this innings, luck favored Warner and even after Yuzvendra Chahal hit the stumps, the bails did not fall and he remained on the field till the end.
The incident happened on the last ball of the 10th over
This incident happened on the last ball of the 9th over of Delhi Capitals' innings chasing a target of 161 runs for victory. Warner tried to hit the ball coming inside Chahal and he missed. In such a situation, the ball went straight to the stumps, in which the bails bounced a little and finally went back to their place. In such a situation, every player fielding on the field was astonished.
There was happiness on Warner's face, disappointment on Chahal's face
After this, when the over ended, there was a discussion between Chahal and Warner, then Warner was seen expressing happiness and Chahal regretted it. The disappointment of missing out on Chahal's face was clearly visible. At that time Delhi's score was 67 runs. If Rajasthan had got Warner's wicket at that time and there would not have been a century partnership between Marsh and Warner and the result of the match would have been different. but that did not happen. Warner was playing 22 (20) runs at that time.
In the end, after the match, Rajasthan captain Sanju Samson also expressed regret over the incident and said that the wicket was not taken even after the ball hit the stumps. Luck was not with us.