Is the generator only for stadium lights?': Sehwag lashes out at BCCI for DRS controversy during CSK vs MI match
Virender Sehwag insisted that CSK were at a “disadvantage” in the game against MI due to the DRS incident.
The game saw significant controversy in the opening overs of the game, however,
when the Decision Review System (DRS) remained unavailable due to power issues.
This resulted in CSK losing an early wicket of Devon Conway as he was adjudged LBW out,
even as replays showed that the ball, in all probability, would've been missing the leg-stump.
Conway had been the Super Kings' most consistent batter in their past three games and the dismissal,
that took place in the first over itself, gave the side a massive setback in the innings.
Many fans expressed their shock and anger at the DRS being unavailable,
Virender Sehwag also insisted that it was a disadvantage for the CSK.
The DRS was made available after the initial few overs of the game; however, CSK had already their top-order batters by then.