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What difference does it make if he played a shot? Am I missing something?
Oh look, I'm not eally going to argue one way or the other. At the end of the day the bloke was lifted a spot in the order and frankly did a great job in the circumstances. If Australia loses this he's hardly to blame at allYeah I don't know. I guess his intent wasn't to play a shot - it was just for the purposes of LBW that one can say he offered one...does that count? (I genuinely could go either way on that tbf)
Well yeah I know, but he wasn't hit outside the line according to the replay. Would have been out regardless of the third umpire's call. Might have impacted the on field call though as others have said.If you don't play a shot then it does not matter whether it hit outside the line or not. In this case it didn't matter as it was umpire's call anyway, but there is a distinction.
thanks for the sarcastic like DaemonI don't want Ashwin on this wicket unless he's on song. He'll bowl too slow, allow the batsmen to use their feet, and could bleed a bunch of boundaries in no time.
If he's fit enough to get them down with revs at 80-90 kmph like he used too then sure, but if he's tossing them up in the 70s with variable accuracy then I'd rather keep Kuldeep on. He's looking alright. Needs a short fine leg tho.
Is the animation the actual prediction or does the hawkeye make a prediction and then graphics get created based on that? That could explain the difference.How is that umpires call on being outside the line when hawkeye shows him being hit well outside the line?
Some very strange DRS results this series