February 14, 2020

IPL 2024 controversies: From Virat Kohli's no ball to Hardik Pandya booing 

Virat Kohli was furious when he was dismissed on a ball that he thought was a no-ball in a match against KKR. He had taken review, but the third umpire ruled him out.

After the match, Kohli was seen arguing with the umpire that the delivery was above the waistline.

Hardik Pandya's captaincy was not welcomed well received by the Mumbai crowd, as he was constantly booed during the toss.

Former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar was a broadcaster when he warned the Mumbai crowd to behave when they were booing Hardik Pandya.

Delhi Capitals skipper Rishabh Pant engaged in an argument with the on-field umpire during a match against the Lucknow Super Giants after the umpire called a ball wide.

In a match between RCB and MI, there were speculations of toss tampering. Hardik Pandya tossed the coin over his head, causing it to land behind everyone. Match referee Javagal Srinath went to retrieve the coin.

David Wiese, a former all-rounder for KKR, stated that Chandrakant Pandit employs 'militant-style' coaching techniques at the franchise.

In MI vs. PBKS, the game was marred by numerous umpiring calls that led to accusations of favoritism towards the team with five championship titles.