New Delhi: Irked by the technical failure which delayed the start of the second T20 between India and West Indies in Florida on August 28, the Men in Blue skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni lodged a complaint with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
According to a report in media, Dhoni said that the match should have started on time as glitch in satellite signals is not something due to which a match can be delayed as per the guidelines issued by International Cricket Council (ICC).
The second match was a do-or-die game for MS Dhoni and his men after losing the first match by just one run. But, in a bizarre incident, the match which was scheduled to start at 7:30 pm IST, started at 8:10 pm IST due to a technical glitch.
The broadcasters suffered an "unavoidable" and "technical" problem as a result of which 40 minutes were wasted. When play resumed, India bowled out Windies for 143. The Men in Blue looked all set to level series after a good bowling show, before there was a severe downpour two overs into India's run-chase
Trailing 0-1 in the two-match series, it was a do-or-die match for MS Dhoni and his men as they took the guard at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill.