Kings XI Punjab lodged a formal complaint on Monday over an umpiring error which proved critical in their narrow Indian Premier League loss to the Delhi Capitals.
The second match of the world's richest Twenty20 tournament ended in a tie on Sunday before Punjab lost out in a super over.
But in the 19th over of Punjab's chase, square-leg umpire Nitin Menon had signalled Chris Jordan for a short run -- not grounding his bat inside the crease when running between the wickets. TV replays showed Jordan's bat was in the crease. But nothing could be done as the third umpire does not have the authority to overturn an on-field call, unless it is referred for review.
"We have appealed against the decision which could have been corrected had technology been brought into play," a Kings official told on condition of anonymity.