The ongoing Test match between hosts Bangladesh and India is taking an interesting turn. After India scored 404 runs in the first inning, Bangladesh were all-out for just 150 runs.
India’s 2nd inning is currently going on and India have scored 111 runs after 31 balls. KL Rahul is the only wicket India have lost so far.
Meanwhile, another drama happened in the match as the other Indian opening batsman Shubman Gill was saved by a DRS failure. It was an LBW appeal and the umpire gave it a not out. However, Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan decided to review it.
However, after the review was taken, the third umpire informed that the ball-tracking system is not working because of DRS failure. As such, Gill was declared not out eventually.
It was an interesting ball that was certainly hitting the stumps, however, the impact of the ball was a big question mark, which is why the umpire gave it a not out. After the incident, the Twitterati had their opinion.
DRS down, so no ball tracking available. pic.twitter.com/72RHIfiWoM— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) December 16, 2022Advertisement
Umpires call for impact, anyways it is going to be not out— • (@DeBruyneeeeee_) December 16, 2022
Haha… Someone was rebooting the #DRS computer 🤣🤣— Madan Chander (@PMbyChoice) December 16, 2022
So much for hi-fi technology#INDvsBangladesh
In all fairness, impact seemed to be Umpire's call.
But Gill was heard saying it hit the bat…??? pic.twitter.com/ITWPRzir4U
#INDvBAN Shakib Al Hasan looks in the mood of kicking the stumps again as Gill survives because DRS was down during a not out close call of umpire. pic.twitter.com/RNFzqLu1nW— buriburi (@brainfulfool) December 16, 2022
DRS down, Gill survives 😂😂. ICC=BCCI 🤣🤣 #INDvsBangladesh— Rakshit Bhagwat Kathawate (@rkathawate098) December 16, 2022