However, Trinbago Knight Riders captain Kieron Pollard took social removing to a whole modern level. As he strolled close the 30-year circle in protest of an awful umpiring choice. Amid his team’s match against the St. Lucia Kings within the progressing Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021).
The incident happened amid the 19th over of the Trinbago Knight Riders innings. When St Lucia Kings’ bowler Wahab Riaz bowled a wide ball. The batsman on strike, Tim Seifert battled to reach the ball. Indeed fell over within the preparation of doing so. As the ball was greatly wide.
However, the umpire didn’t flag a wide, clearing out both Tim Seifert and captain Kieron Pollard was obviously troubled with the call. Whereas the previous did not have any other choice but to acknowledge it, the last-mentioned decided to protest.
The Knight Riders are protecting the champions. That got their CPL 2021 campaign back on track. After a faltering start with a commanding win over St Lucia Kings. Two days back, Knight Riders had lost an exciting chase by five runs against Kings. But there were no slip-ups in this game.
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Therefore, Trinbago Knight Riders were put in to bat. To begin with, by St Lucia Kings’ captain Faf du Plessis won the hurl and chose to field. Sunil Narine (24), Kieron Pollard’s 41 in 29 balls, and Tim Seifert’s 37 in 25 balls took the Knight Riders to 158/7 in 20 overs. Kesrick Williams was the foremost successful bowler for St Lucia Kings with figures of 4/24.
In reply, in spite of Andre Fletcher’s 81* in 55 balls, St Lucia Kings’ innings never got going within the chase. Apart from Fletcher, Faf du Plessis and Mark Deyal made 14 runs each. St Lucia Kings was overseen 131/7 in 20 overs and misplaced the match by 27 runs.