Barbados: The controversy over poor umpiring in the ongoing Test series between India and the West Indies has taken a new twist as it has now emerged that Mahendra Singh Dhoni was given out off a no ball on the first day of the second match in Barbados.
In what could erupt into a major controversy, the television replays ordered to check if Fidel Edwards had no-balled didn't show that particular ball, instead some other legitimate delivery was shown to give Dhoni out. Incidentally, Dhoni was given out off a no ball even in the first Test in Jamaica. (Related: Raina fined for showing disgust, swinging bat in dissent)
The latest case was the final delivery of Edwards' 15th over, the 59th of the innings, which had Dhoni offering the catch to Shivnarine Chanderpaul at mid-on.