The fight between Chennai Rhinos and Karnataka Bulldozers over controversial run out at the last moments of the final match seems to have come to an end despite fans of both the teams debating over the decision in online forums.
The stars, especially from the Karnataka team, who were unhappy with Chennai Rhinos, have decided to move on thereby closing the bitter chapter of CCL. Sudeep, the captain of Karnataka Bulldozers, has not agreed to the idea of playing a re-match. On his Twitter account, he wrote, “I'm nat game fr a rematch..it'l b sheer unsportsman frm our end..Chennai has won..congrats to them."
Sudeep further cleared that there is not any rivalry with Chennai Rhinos but he was upset with some players, who made offensive gestures at the Karnataka Bulldozers, which made them to boycott the presentation ceremony. He tweeted, “Lets leave it n move on. me n Vishal did have a talk n he was sory bout the gestures tat were pointed at our dugout frm a few of their team..members. We r frnzz frst n teams nxt."
Meanwhile, Tamil actor Jeeva has also said that the differences between the teams are momentary and both the teams will be playing like brothers in the next edition. It all started after bowler Vikranth removed the bails from the stumps when the non-striker Karthik left the crease before the ball was delivered in the final over of the match. This irked the Karnataka Bulldozers followed by some offensive gestures pointed at the Sudeep led team by Chennai Rhinos.
However, in the actual practice, the bowler is permitted, before entering his delivery stride, to attempt to run out the non-striker. Whether the attempt is successful or not, the ball shall not count as one of the over. If the bowler fails in an attempt to run out the non-striker, the umpire shall call and signal Dead ball as soon possible.