IPL-12: Do Star players easily threaten match officials?

The mistakes of Sundaram Ravi and Ulhas Gandh have raised questions on the level of umpiring in the IPL, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni publicly expressed his anger and gave rise to the debate whether the star players easily threaten the match officials.

For the first time in their golden career, two-time world cup winners, former Indian captain Dhoni got entangled with the umpire Gandy on the ground, who had withdrawn after giving no-ball in the IPL match on Thursday night.

Hariharan of the famous umpire said, "Star players try to put pressure on the umpires, but the umpires have to see whether they come under pressure or not. It depends on the umpire's personality. '

Earlier, Virat Kohli did not pay attention to Lasith Malinga's no ball in another match, then the ICC Elite Panel's umpire Ravi had expressed his anger. Kohli said, "We are not playing club cricket. The umpires will have to work diligently. '

Kohli was not even reprimanded, while under the ICC Code of Conduct, the player can not publicly condemn the umpire's decision. Hariharan however said that all umpires do not come under the pressure of star players and who remain firm on their decisions, they get respect.