Indian Premier League: Vinay Kumar took to Twitter and asked the fans to keep their calm as 'sometimes things do go wrong'.
Dinesh Karthik has played 152 matches across 10 seasons before joining KKR
Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar made a spectacular effort in the field and produced a brilliant run-out in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match against Punjab on Sunday
Reacting to the incident, the BCCI said that they are awaiting the official report of the match referee after which they will take any action.
Abhimanyu Mithun claimed a third five-wicket haul of the season as Vidarbha were bundled out for 185. In reply, Karnataka ended the day at 36 for three on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy semi-final clash.
Captain Vinay Kumar, who bagged a hat-trick in his six wicket haul in the first innings, got two crucial wickets - those of crisis man Lad for 31 and rival captain Aditya Tare.
Karnataka had on Thursday bundled out Mumbai for a partly 173 and finished the opening day at 115 for 1.
Skipper R Vinay Kumar led from the front with some devastating bowling and picked up a six-wicket haul including a hat-trick.
Delhi were on 60 for one on Day 2 in reply to Karnataka's 542 in the first innings. Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar scored 50 off 60 balls
The clash between defending Ranji champions Karnataka and table-toppers Delhi will be of vital importance in the group.
KB Arun Karthik's century helped Assam draw against defending Ranji champions Karnataka in Guwahati.
Karnataka skipper Vinay Kumar became the first captain to pick up a five-wicket haul and score a century in a Ranji Trophy final.
Vinay Kumar was twice on a hat-trick as he moved the ball both ways to rip through the Mumbai top-order, while his new ball partner Abhimanyu Mithun chipped in with one and Sreenath Arvind picked up two.
The fast bowling trio of R Vinay Kumar, Abhimanyu Mithun, and Sreenath Arvind bagged three wickets each as Karnataka spanked Jammu and Kashmir by an innings and 30 runs.
With nine wickets in hand, South needed only 117 runs to win the final on the fifth and final day but Central bowlers triggered a dramatic collapse to win the game by nine runs.
An upbeat Karnataka side come up against Uttar Pradesh in the quarterfinal of the ongoing Ranji Trophy.
This is Karnataka's first ever outright win over Mumbai in the history of Ranji trophy.
Abhimanyu Mithun captured three for 26 from 11 overs, as Punjab in pursuit of 331 for avoiding an innings defeat, slumped to 156 for five in their second innings at stumps on the third day at KSCA Stadium.