On the last ball before Tea, Eoin Morgan flicked Indian fast bowler Ishant Sharma towards square leg where Parveen Kumar saved the boundary. Both the batsmen run three and then Ian Bell who was on 137 walked away towards dressing room before the ball was dead.
The fielder throws the ball and Abhinav Mukund took of the balls and appeals for the run out which umpire after asked MS Dhoni as whether they have appealed for the out. After confirmations they asked the third umpire which gave out.
In the tea break England Captain Andrew Strauss and Coach Andy Flower went to the Indian dressing room to ask MS Dhoni if the run-out decision could be overturned. The Indians agreed to withdraw the appeal and hence the controversy ended.
And after tea Eoin Morgan and Ian Bell came out to bat.
Incidents when Batsman was called back:
ICC Champions Trophy: England v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg, 2009
In Champions Trophy match in 2009, England captain Andrew Strauss called back Angelo Mathews who was given run out after collision with Graham Onions. Angelo Mathews was out in the next over and could add only one run after the incident. England won that match by six wickets.
1st Test: West Indies v England at Port of Spain, 1973-4
In 1973-74 at Port of Spain, on the last ball of the days play West Indian batsman Bernard Julien defended the last ball which past Tony Greig at silly point, and Kallicharan walked off assuming it was stumps. Greig ran Kallicharan out, and after crowd trouble, and a meeting between the umpires, the captains and the board representatives, the appeal was withdrawn. Kallicharan added 16 to reach 158, West Indies won by seven wickets.
Golden Jubilee Test: India v England at Bombay (now Mumbai), 1979-80
Also in the Golden Jubilee Test, in 1979-80, Gundappa Viswanath was convinced Bob Taylor was not out when ruled caught-behind, and insisted he be called back. Taylor’s match-turning partnership of 171 with Ian Botham was worth only 85 when Viswanath made the gesture that earned him a lot of respect. India lost by 10 wickets.
Incidents when Batsman was not called back:
NatWest Series [New Zealand in England] – 4th ODI at The Oval, 2008
In 2008 at The Oval, New Zealand Grant Elliott collided with England left armer Side Bottom on the pitch and was given run out after a long discussion and England Captain at that time Paul Collingwood decided not to withdraw his decision. New Zealand won the match on the last ball of the inning by one wicket.
Sri Lanka in New Zealand Test Series- 1st Test at Christchurch, 2006-07
In 2006 in a Test Match at Christchurch, Muttiah Muralitharan was run out by New Zealand fielders when he was celebrating Kumar Sangakkara century. The New Zealanders felt that the ball was still alive and Murali was on his way. Muralitharan was also not called back after the controversial run out. New Zealand won the match by five wickets.