Qualifier 2, DC vs KKR: Kolkata Knight Riders wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik was reprimanded for breaching the Indian Premier League (IPL) Code of Conduct on Wednesday.
IPL 2021: Dinesh Karthik reprimanded for breaching Code of Conduct (Courtesy by BCCI)
- Karthik fined for breaching the IPL’s Code of Conduct throughout Qualifier 2
- Karthik admitted to Stage 1 offence 2.2 of IPL’s Code of Conduct
- KKR arrange ultimate towards CSK after beating RCB in Eliminator, DC in Qualifier 2
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) wicket-keeper batter Dinesh Karthik was fined for breaching the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) Code of Conduct throughout his staff’s Qualifier 2 towards Delhi Capitals at Sharjah on Wednesday.
“Karthik admitted to the Stage 1 offence 2.2 of the IPL’s Code of Conduct and accepted the sanction. For Stage 1 breaches of the Code of Conduct, the Match Referee’s choice is ultimate and binding,” learn an official assertion from IPL.
Kolkata overhauled the 136-run goal in 19.5 overs after practically squandering the strong basis led down by their openers on a difficult Sharjah pitch.
Delhi huffed and puffed to submit a below-par 135/5 and was all however out when Kolkata raced to 96/0 in 12.1 overs however after then, the Eoin Morgan-led facet misplaced six wickets for the addition of simply seven runs. The competition turned on its head earlier than Rahul Tripathi sealed the take care of a six-off Ashwin on the penultimate supply of the match.
KKR had been cruising at 123 for 1 in 15.5 overs however from there on they suffered a shocking batting collapse.
Nitish Rana (13) was out within the final ball of the sixteenth over and he was adopted by Gill 4 balls later. Nonetheless, there was no panic within the KKR camp earlier than Dinesh Kartik’s (0) dismissal within the ultimate ball of the 18th over despatched alarm bells.
KKR wanted 10 runs from the final two overs however Anrich Nortje eliminated KKR captain Eoin Morgan (0) with the ultimate ball of the nineteenth over, leaving KKR seven runs to get from the ultimate over.
Shakib Al Hasan (0) and Sunil Narine (0) had been then eliminated within the third and fourth balls earlier than Tripathi hit a six-off Ashwin within the fifth ball to assist KKR notch up a shocking win in the long run.
This will probably be KKR’s third ultimate look after successful the title in 2012 and 2014. They’d nearly managed to sneak into the play-offs on the expense of five-time defending champions Mumbai Indians, due to their higher internet run price.
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