After the big controversy of the MS Dhoni reaction. This had led the empire Paul Reiffel to change his wide ball decision midway during an IPL match. The incident happened when Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad were on the field. This rule suggested by Virat Kohli will give the captains of the teams more power. He gave a suggestion that captains be allowed to review contentious wide, and waist-high full toss decisions in T20 cricket.
How did it start?
During the match between Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Capitals. The umpire has continued to be under the scanner in the ongoing Indian Premier League. It was the on-field official calling a short run during the match. This decision has caused a huge cost to the players of Kings XI Punjab. Also after this incident later on Tuesday, another incident has grabbed the attention of many. When the Umpire was about to give wide during SRH and CSK match. It was only to withdraw himself after protests from MS Dhoni and Bowler Shardul Thakur. However, the replays showed that the ball was so close to the tramline and it should have been given wide. Later Virat Kohli has called for the fielding Captain to have an option to review the wide calls. This is from the on-field umpires.
Ability to review
Virat Kohli has expressed his views by saying that he would like to have the ability to review the wide or waist-high full toss balls. This information was given by Virat Kohli during the interval with Puma India on Wednesday. He was asked about the one rule change that he would like to do in the cricket. Although, these problems are seen by the players as well as the viewers many times. But no such action is taken yet. This makes the difference when the team loses the match just by 1 run. But at that time the things are not taken into consideration. So this might bring some change in the decision-making process of the matches like IPL. IPL is one of the most loved and watched series all over the world. And when such problems and actions Committed during the match does not seem to be good. However, this might be the reason that Virat Kohli has that suggestion.