The decision was made based on the Snicko spike after the HotSpot was unmarked-this fits the protocol, but Paine felt the decision was made in a hurry.
Australian captain Tim Pain He confronted the people involved in the match and questioned the consistency of the decision after two innings were delayed and fired in the home team. 8 Wicket defeat In the second test with MCG.
Pain’s irritation, determined to have been caught behind through real-time Snico (RTS) evidence, was evident to everyone present on the third night of the game, with some commentators saying that the batter I wondered why he was able to overturn his unfair verdict. No bat mark displayed using an infrared hotspot camera.
However, the ICC protocol has dictated for several years that referees are free to infer edges from Snicko’s evidence without HotSpot. This was clearly recognized when Paine explained the exact reason for seeking further discussion about the third referee Paul. Wilson’s decision, which the captain felt, was made too quickly, among other things.
“I talked to them. It wasn’t very productive, but I talked to them and raised my only concern,” Pain said. “My concern yesterday was not technology, but the precedent set in the first inning. [Cheteshwar] The fact that Pujara and I think the decision was made too early.
“He didn’t see enough replays to see the full evidence. There was probably a gap between the bat and the ball, and the line itself started before passing my bat and ended again. There were a lot of things. I didn’t get married for me. I saw some pictures of it, various things, I think he took time to see the evidence I just don’t. I thought the technology itself was okay. “
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In the process of another test match where the bowler was dominant, there were many moments when both sides clenched their teeth. In particular, there were a few cases in which India was rejected by lbw’s verdict because of the whims of the “call for referees.” Balls that are considered not hitting a sufficient number of stumps according to ball tracking. Also in the Pujara case, after Australia confirmed the catch-behind, there was no mark on the hotspot and there was a very small spike on Snico, but there was a suggestion that the toes of the Pujara bat clipped the pad. ..
Pain’s episode was clearly caught in the host’s claws as he was competing for all sorts of four-inning leads to put pressure on Azinka Rahane’s final winning team.
“It’s very frustrating. No doubt, it’s an important part of the game,” Payne said. “I felt like I was playing pretty well at the beginning of the series and I wondered if I could form a partnership. [Cameron] Adding more greenish and 50 to 100 to 120 runs together will change the whole game. So it was very disappointing to have such a finish, but that’s it.
“I think it was pretty clear from my reaction and I thought there was a pretty similar example in the first inning with Puhara on the first ball on the second day. It set a precedent. Then it seems to have changed. It was. “
Daniel Brettig is an assistant editor for ESPNcricinfo. @danbrettig
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