The third umpire made a peculiar no-ball judgment, which the Lucknow Super Giants were able to successfully appeal. However, once a call has been made, particularly by the TV umpire, a player has no further recourse. You continue. But Heinrich Klaasen was so incensed by the outcome that he did more than simply assault the umpire after the call—he also made a public attack on the official after Sunrisers Hyderabad's innings. Following the match, which LSG won by a score of seven wickets, the BCCI initiated harsh action against Klaasen.
Avesh Khan delivered a high full-toss ball to Abdul Samad in the SRH innings' 19th over. When the on-field umpire ruled it a no ball, LSG appealed the ruling. The third umpire overturned the ruling, much to SRH's dismay, shocking the audience and pundits, and stating that the hitter was squatting. Samad was dissatisfied, but Klaasen was clearly upset as he approached the umpire to engage in a heated dispute.
Later, during the mid-innings break, Klaasen criticized the match's umpiring in a talk with the announcers. “To be honest, I'm disappointed with the crowd; that's not what you wanted,” he stated. That stopped the momentum and was also poor umpiring.
Following the game, the BCCI fined the South African batter 10% of his match costs for violating the IPL Code of Conduct. In a statement, the IPL said that Klaasen “admitted to the Level 1 Offence under Article 2.7 of the IPL's Code of Conduct, which states the use of public criticism/inappropriate comment.”
Amit Mishra, an LSG bowler, was also disciplined by the BCCI for sending Anmolpreet Singh packing in the ninth over of the first innings. After the batsman struck a six in that over, Mishra vented his annoyance by slamming the ball to the ground and giving Anmolpreet the death gaze. The LSG spinner was censured by the BCCI for violating the IPL's Code of Conduct.
“Mr. Mishra acknowledged to a level 1 offense under IPL Code of Conduct Article 2.2, which prohibits the misuse of equipment while a game is in progress. Mr. Mishra consented to the punishment. The Match Referee's judgment is final and binding for Level 1 Code of Conduct violations, according to the statement.