‘Helmet is a must for batsmen as long as they are on the field’ is the recent warning of legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. In the match against Kings XI Punjab on October 24, Tendulkar warned the batsmen that the ball thrown by fielder Nicholas Pooran to Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Vijay Shankar went too fast. He also suggested that the International Cricket Council (ICC) bring in a rule in that direction. But .. no one cared about Sachin’s argument. But .. everyone agrees with Sachin’s argument after seeing the throw of Mumbai Indians’ Dhawal Kulkarni in the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Sharjah on Tuesday night. Dhawal Kulkarni (3: 2) hit the ball towards Longan in the last over of the innings by Hyderabad bowler Jason Holder. He ran boldly for a double with the ball in the fielder’s hand. With that .. the fielder for the runout threw the ball towards the wicket keeper Saha .. it hit the back of the head of Kulkarni coming towards the keeper end. Some part of the helmet he was wearing broke as fast as the ball touched. However .. Kulkarni was not injured and all breathed a sigh of relief. What if Kulkarni was not wearing a helmet at that time ..? A very large wound. Sunrisers Hyderabad, who bowled well in the first over of the match, limited Mumbai to 149/8. In the ensuing chase, skipper David Warner (85 not out: 10×4, 1×6 off 58 balls) and Saha (58 not out: 7×4, 1×6 off 45 balls) hit unbeaten half-centuries to give Hyderabad a 10-wicket victory. With that .. Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad entered the playoffs. The playoff matches start on Thursday.