Ben Stokes’ attempted catch of Shubman Gill on Day 1 of third Test against India in Ahmedabad.
Despite advancement in technology and super slow-motion cameras, contentious catches and resulting controversy don’t leave of business. The Shubman Gill catch by Ben Stokes that was ruled not-out on Day 1 of the day-night Test on Wednesday, within the second over of India’s reply at Ahmadabad, certainly got the britain captain Joe Root riled up.
The TV umpire overruled the “Out” soft signal (on-field umpires’ own call before technology adjudicates) and therefore the incident renewed the talk whether soft signal are often an informed decision with very limited response time for the umpires on ground, on occasions blurry sighting too.
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Stuart Broad, who went wicket less within the last match game in Chennai, was getting the pink ball to try to to things and produced a real outside fringe of Gill’s blade by squaring him up. England had finished a round of celebrations, buoyed by Stokes at slips claiming the catch. They were in little question after on-field umpire Anil Chaudhary agreed together with his soft signal.
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