Yeah having seen the replay now that is a dreadful decision by Billy. Really quite horrible.
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get ready for a broken ****in' arm
I ****ing hate umpires. Always ruin things.
Sometimes things will go your way,sometimes they won't.Reverse the teams,and you would see England/English fans getting upset,and the Indians accepting it as a part of the game.
Lighten up.**** happens.
Every 5 years we have an election and have to decide who are the least obnoxious out of all the men. Then one gets in and they age really quickly. Which is always fun to watch.
I will say that I think the people who are saying it's a horrible decision are focussing on the fact it was hitting middle half way up. In real time quite a few people had doubts whether it was outside the line or not.
Match fixing ****s!
The funniest thing is that Bell started walking... FFS Billy you egoist ****... The only person in the whole ****ing universe who thought that was missing the stumps was him...
Anyway much water, bridge etc. But I am pretty sure ICC can shelve any hopes of implementing UDRS in test cricket
Yeah, because it's better to have 4-5 howlers per match than to have one wrong decision in a whole ODI tournament.
For ****'s sake. The UDRS does not have "Ian Bell cannot be given out lbw" written into its rules.
It was a pants decision by Bowden. Blame him if you want to moan. He's been awful for some time.
The UDRS still allows **** desicions because - perfectly fairly - it is a way of allowing the technology to be used by the umpires. Who then make decisions. Said decisions will be the same as they were before, only more informed.
**** decisions are of course still possible with UDRS. It simply makes them rarer. And this kind of distracting topic can be avoided more often.
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