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Karnataka win 'controversial' tie against Hyderabad

14 January 2018

It was on the fourth ball of the second over from Siraj when Karun Nair's shot was fielded in the deep by Mehdi Hasan.

Hyderabad captain Ambati Rayudu took it up with the umpire.

Two runs were added to the Karnataka total, owing to an umpiring error, the margin by which Hyderabad lost eventually. The whole team stayed back after the match, demanding a super over, resulting in the delaying in start of the next match (between Andhra Pradesh and Kerala).

Hyderabad's protests on the field also delayed the next match, between Andhra and Kerala, which then had to be reduced to 13-overs-each game. "That is exactly why we went to the middle, we were actually going to warm up then", Rayudu said according to Cricbuzz. "What I went and told the umpire was 'sir you can not change the score, we are batting for 204 as our target, '" Cricbuzz quoted Rayudu as saying. "That is exactly what I wanted to tell and we were waiting for the Super Over which never happened", he had said.

The match was stopped again for nine minutes, Rayudu said as the officials deliberated whether to revise the total. The team maintained its position and went about the chase with a target of 204 in mind. "We were insisting that our match was not complete, we still have to play the Super Over", Rayudu reasoned. However, replays clearly showed that he had stepped on the boundary, but umpire Ulhas Gandhe didn't bother to go upstairs for a video replay, with Karnataka ending their innings on 203/5.

This incident brought back memories of the 1987 World Cup, when, India lost to Australia by a run after confusion over the exact total needed to be chased. The on-field scoreboard displayed a target of 206. Ashwin Hebbar's 34-ball 64 played a crucial role in Andhra chasing the game down exactly off the last ball of the match.

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Electing to bat, Saurashtra were all out for 131 in 19.5 overs as Baroda bowlers wrecked havoc. A Dinesh Karthik half-century followed by the spin choke powered Tamil Nadu to their third consecutive win in the ongoing T20 League (South Zone) at Vizianagaram on Thursday.

Skipper Vijay Shankar returned to the side after missing the first two games owing to injury concerns, but couldn't do much with the bat, falling for four to Amogh Desai. The boundary was revised to a six in a game that Australia won by a run. Vinod stuck around for a while longer and hit three fours and four sixes in a 20-ball 45. There was a delay then too as Karnataka only made a decision to proceed with their bowling after the addition of the runs. Karthik drove them with six fours and a six during his 43-ball knock, the late impetus coming from the skipper (26), R Sanjay Yadav (28* off 20) and N Jagadeesan (10* in seven).

Hyderabad, which chose to field, got off to a rousing start.

Sagun Kamat battled along, but the skipper's 41 came off 42 deliveries and never threatened to hurt Tamil Nadu.

Leg-spinner M Ashwin, who kept things tight in the middle along with offie Washington Sundar, picked up two wickets each while left-arm spinner R Sai Kishore bowled just one over to scalp one victim.

Karnataka win 'controversial' tie against Hyderabad