In the match against Mumbai Indians, Kohli faced a contentious LBW decision on the very first ball of Dewald Brevis. He was given LBW by umpire Virender Sharma. The third umpire also didn’t do anything as he felt that the ball hit the bat and pad simultaneously, and there wasn’t enough evidence to overturn the on-field umpire’s decision.
In that match, Stoinis faced a contentious wide ball from Josh Hazlewood as he bowled the ball outside the tramline. However, it was not declared wide by the on-field umpire. The umpire stated that the ball was within the reach of Stoinis as he shuffled a bit. He looked disappointed but slid the decision with a smile.
In the match against Rajasthan Royals, Williamson faced a contentious decision. He was controversially given out by the third umpire in the second over of the innings after being caught by Devdutt Padikkal at slip. The catch didn’t look clean to many as it seemed the ball has landed on the turf before Padikkal grabbed it.
In the match against the MI. Uthappa went for a straight drive against the spinner Hrithik Shokeen and ended up hitting it straight to the bowler who grabbed the ball and claimed a catch. Umpire Bruce Oxenford, however, was not particularly convinced and referred the decision to the third umpire. The replays were not perfectly conclusive and the third umpire ruled it as not out.
In the match, Delhi’s Rovman Powell faced a contentious decision from the umpires in the very last over of the match. However, the third ball was a beamer from Rajasthan’s pacer Obed McCoy. It seemed a no-ball to many as it was clearly above the waist height. However, the umpires were not convinced enough to declare it a no-ball, leaving the Delhi Capitals squad quite disappointed.