The Delhi Capital coach, Pravin Amre, was suspended for one match for violating the IPL Code of Conduct, and the captain, Rishabh Pant, will have to pay 100 percent of their fees, as will pacer Shardul Thakur, who will have to pay 50 percent of their fees. A bad year for some of the teams in the biggest tournament. Delhi Capital has to feel guilty for losing the match. Instead, they face such a tough time as the batter hits six and then finds that it’s a no-ball. What a wastage of such a team’s efforts in the game.
The Delhi Capitals have no idea what situation is knocking on their door in the IPL 2022. Well, the teams already missed two effective players in their squad who were strong enough to compete in the tournament. After that, the teams’ bowling went downstream and in batting, they failed to give an average performance. Anyhow, the batter Powell crossed 200 runs and struggled in the death overs, but unfortunately, his hit of six became useless for the teams in the last overs when they needed more than 16 to win the game.
The assistant coach, Pravin Amre, got into the ground to discuss the matter closely with his team captain, but he could win the argument, and the opponent’s team player, Jos Buttler, came around when Powell, Amre, and the empire were talking over the match, and Jos smoothly handled the situation and said, “Talk with your captain.” Shane Warner, the other coach, also spoke with Rishabh to clarify things, and captain Rishabh told their players to return to their own game and let things go.
After the match, captain Rishabh tried to understand the empire’s decision, but there was no response from them to help them as they had already lost the game because after hitting six on no balls, the batsman, Powell, was really disappointed and on the last ball, he was run out as he already got the idea that teams were losing the game and there was no need to work hard on the last delivery.
Powell needed 36 runs in the final overs to reach the 223-run target, but he managed to get two runs after hitting on balls, crossing the 200-run mark. The final knock depended upon Powell’s shots, whether he made three, six, or else to cover 16 runs in the game. He gave his best in just three bowls in which he marked six, but the empire approved only one six, by which the teams failed to win against Rajasthan Royals by 15 runs on Friday.
Rishabh Pant has admitted to the level 2 offense under Article 2.7 of the IPL Code of Conduct and also accepted the sanction. Captain Rishabh’s teammate Shardul Thakur also has to pay 50 percent of its fees for breaching the Code of Conduct and admitting to the Level 2 offense under Article 2.8 of the IPL Code of Conduct. Whereas the assistant coach, Pravin Amre, was suspended for one IPL match and ordered to pay the full match fee after Rishabh Pant violated the Code of Conduct.