DRS controversy: 'Kohli proved Saeed Ajmal was right during Sachin Tendulkar'

DRS controversy: 'Kohli proved Saeed Ajmal was right during Sachin Tendulkar'  On the third day of the third Test between India and South Africa in Cape Town, off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin appealed for an lbw against captain Dean Elgar on the fourth ball of the 21st over of the hosts' innings.  Dean Elgar demanded a review of the umpire's decision to give himself out. What happened after that came as a surprise not only to Indian captain Virat Kohli and his players but also to umpire Marius Erasmus himself.  Actually, Elgar was given out LBW by the field umpire on Ashwin's ball. But the decision of the third umpire in the referral went in favor of Elgar. It was found in the review that the ball would have gone over the stump.  In this match, India lost by seven wickets and South Africa won the three-match series 2–1.  Captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant got angry with the decision of the umpire. Kohli went close to the stump mic and said clearly, "Try to catch everyone, not just the opposing team."  Rishabh Pant was heard saying during the match, "The whole country is playing against 11."  Ashwin was also very disappointed with the decision of the umpire. He was heard saying that 'there are other ways to win a Supersport'.  Even skipper Virat Kohli leaned towards the stumps and criticized the DRS (Decision Review System).  Everyone remembers Saeed Ajmal Where the incident of Dean Elgar being given not out on Ashwin's ball has started a new debate on whether the DRS is right or wrong.  After this incident, everyone remembered Pakistani off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, whose ball was given not out to Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar.  This incident happened in the semi-final of 2011 World Cup when Sachin Tendulkar was given LBW off Saeed Ajmal's ball but the decision of DRS technique went against Saeed Ajmal.  After this incident related to Ashwin and Dean Elgar, interesting comments started pouring in on social media.  A user named Ejaz Sheikh wrote in his tweet, "Kohli finally proved that Saeed Ajmal was absolutely right."  Saj Sadiq in his tweet referred to Saeed Ajmal's statement that when the review on his ball changed the verdict about Tendulkar, he was told that he should rely on technique as he is right but today the same people are saying That technology should not be trusted because it is not accurate at all.  Saj Sadiq also quoted Saeed Ajmal and wrote in another tweet that when a clear decision goes against you, it is very difficult for you to accept it.  Against Sachin Tendulkar, his ball was not touching the stumps like Ashwin's ball was not touching the stumps of Elgar.  How many days Virat Kohli will remain the captain of Team India, this will decide the Mumbai Test?  Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif tweeted saying that out or not out? There is something wrong with the ball tracking system. According to the evidence, it is out.  The main purpose of using technology in cricket is to reduce the chances of mistakes.  However, despite this many controversies have arisen and the technology has also been questioned.  A user named Waleed Abbasi wrote that it took almost 10 years, nine months and 14 days for Indian cricket fans to understand what our feelings were then?  A user named Suyash Srivastava wrote that now I feel Pakistan's pain over Sachin Tendulkar's LBW decision in the 2011 World Cup semi-final.

DRS controversy: 'Kohli proved Saeed Ajmal was right during Sachin Tendulkar'


On the third day of the third Test between India and South Africa in Cape Town, off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin appealed for an lbw against captain Dean Elgar on the fourth ball of the 21st over of the hosts' innings.

Dean Elgar demanded a review of the umpire's decision to give himself out. What happened after that came as a surprise not only to Indian captain Virat Kohli and his players but also to umpire Marius Erasmus himself.

Actually, Elgar was given out LBW by the field umpire on Ashwin's ball. But the decision of the third umpire in the referral went in favor of Elgar. It was found in the review that the ball would have gone over the stump.

In this match, India lost by seven wickets and South Africa won the three-match series 2–1.

Captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant got angry with the decision of the umpire. Kohli went close to the stump mic and said clearly, "Try to catch everyone, not just the opposing team."

Rishabh Pant was heard saying during the match, "The whole country is playing against 11."

Ashwin was also very disappointed with the decision of the umpire. He was heard saying that 'there are other ways to win a Supersport'.

Even skipper Virat Kohli leaned towards the stumps and criticized the DRS (Decision Review System).

Everyone remembers Saeed Ajmal
Where the incident of Dean Elgar being given not out on Ashwin's ball has started a new debate on whether the DRS is right or wrong.


After this incident, everyone remembered Pakistani off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, whose ball was given not out to Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

This incident happened in the semi-final of 2011 World Cup when Sachin Tendulkar was given LBW off Saeed Ajmal's ball but the decision of DRS technique went against Saeed Ajmal.

After this incident related to Ashwin and Dean Elgar, interesting comments started pouring in on social media.

A user named Ejaz Sheikh wrote in his tweet, "Kohli finally proved that Saeed Ajmal was absolutely right."

Saj Sadiq in his tweet referred to Saeed Ajmal's statement that when the review on his ball changed the verdict about Tendulkar, he was told that he should rely on technique as he is right but today the same people are saying That technology should not be trusted because it is not accurate at all.

Saj Sadiq also quoted Saeed Ajmal and wrote in another tweet that when a clear decision goes against you, it is very difficult for you to accept it.

Against Sachin Tendulkar, his ball was not touching the stumps like Ashwin's ball was not touching the stumps of Elgar.

How many days Virat Kohli will remain the captain of Team India, this will decide the Mumbai Test?

Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif tweeted saying that out or not out? There is something wrong with the ball tracking system. According to the evidence, it is out.

The main purpose of using technology in cricket is to reduce the chances of mistakes.

However, despite this many controversies have arisen and the technology has also been questioned.

A user named Waleed Abbasi wrote that it took almost 10 years, nine months and 14 days for Indian cricket fans to understand what our feelings were then?

A user named Suyash Srivastava wrote that now I feel Pakistan's pain over Sachin Tendulkar's LBW decision in the 2011 World Cup semi-final.
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