India captain Virat Kohli was once left shocked as Australia’s middle-order batsman Ashton Turner survived a arguable DRS name and went directly to lead the guests to a series-levelling victory within the fourth ODI in Mohali.
Desiring 66 runs off simply 39 balls to surpass India’s large overall of 359, Turner was once stuck in dire straits when wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant requested for a assessment.
Turner – who was once on 41 – had chased down a large supply from spinner Yuzvendra Chahal when Pant insisted that the batsman had edged the ball.
The Snickometer confirmed a spike because the ball handed the bat however it had proven lighter disturbances even earlier than the ball reached the batsman as smartly and the 3rd umpire determined that there wasn’t sufficient proof to overturn the on-field resolution.
With Turner happening to attain an unbeaten 84 off 43 balls to guide Australia to victory, the Indian captain was once nonetheless fuming on the post-match presentation rite.
“However the DRS name was once a little bit of wonder for all people and it’s turning into a extra of a speaking level each and every recreation, it’s simply now not constant in any respect, that was once a game-changing second,” mentioned Kohli.
Right here’s the video:
Pant’s errors…!! %.twitter.com/qyo9Kpkdox
— Vidshots (@Vidshots1) March 10, 2019
This isn’t the primary time that DRS has come into the highlight within the ongoing sequence. In Ranchi, Aaron Finch was once adjudged out on 93 with the ball-tracker appearing a transparent error.