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Controversy: Sanju Samson Catch out or not out

By Ravi - May 11, 2024 11:41 AM

In the match played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals at Arun Jaitley Stadium on Tuesday, there was a controversy over Sanju Samson's catch. Regarding this catch, some people believed that Shoi Hope's foot touched the boundary line while some believed that it did not. Now a new video of this catch has surfaced.

The IPL-2024 match played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals on Tuesday was very exciting. But this match was in the news due to a controversy. This controversy took place regarding the catch of Sanju Samson. Delhi's Shai Hope took the catch of Sanju on the boundary line. There was a controversy regarding this catch as to whether Hope's foot had hit the boundary. Now this dispute seems to be resolved

Hope took the catch of Rajasthan captain Sanju at long on boundary. He was very close to the boundary and hence it seemed as if his foot had touched the boundary. However, the third umpire had given Sanju out. Sanju even argued with the umpire, but nothing came of it.

Sanju Samson controversial viral video

A new video of this catch has surfaced. This video has been posted by IPL broadcaster Star Sports. After this video surfaced, this controversy seems to be resolved. Looking at this video, it seems that this catch was clean and Hope's foot did not touch the boundary line. In this video, former Australian player Tom Moody is telling that the boundary line strip has not moved and this shows that Hope's foot has not touched.

DC vs RR match result

Batting first in this match, Delhi scored 221 runs losing eight wickets. As long as Sanju Samson was at the wicket, Rajasthan's victory was in sight, but as soon as Hope ended Sanju's innings of 86 runs by taking a catch, Rajasthan was on the back foot and lost the match by 20 runs.

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