Originally Posted by Burgey
Actually, the underarm ODI could have been completely different with DRS because Greg Chappell, who made 90, was caught in the deep by Martin Snedden when he was on about 50, but neither umpire saw it because both were looking at the creases to check for a short run at the very moment the catch was taken.
Earlier in the day Greg Chappell, when 52, had refused to walk when Snedden, at deep midwicket, claimed what appeared to be a low but fair catch off Cairns; as neither umpire was watching the incident - they said they were looking for short runs - New Zealand's impassioned appeals for a catch were in vain.
From Cricinfo's report of the game.
It's funny because this is literally the first time I've heard of this yet it's arguably far more bull**** than the underarm.