“Decide karke aaye hain ki…” – Rohit Sharma got upset with the umpire after Ben Stokes survived

Rohit Sharma

The umpire’s decision has been one of the most debated topics in the ongoing IND vs ENG test series. There have been many players who have survived or lost their wickets due to the umpire’s decision. Indian captain Rohit Sharma was upset by the umpire’s decision during day 3 of the quarter. IND vs ENG Test match. During the fourth ball of the 30th over, England captain Ben Stokes survived an lbw off Ravindra Jadeja.

indian captain Rohit Sharma He was not happy during the incident as it was the fourth time in the match that India was affected due to the referee’s decision. While the hosts lost three batsmen in the first innings when the umpires called them out and during DRS, ball tracking showed that the ball was simply clipping the stumps, meaning the umpire’s decision of not out was kept.

Rohit Sharma vents his anger at the referee’s decision

Rohit Sharma said after Ben Stokes survived an LBW against Ravindra Jadeja, “Yeh decide karke aaye hain ki inko referee’s decision dena hi nahi hain (they have decided that they will not give the referee’s decision).”

While it has been England captain Ben Stokes who criticized the referee’s decision before the fourth Test match and considered that he will be removed from the DRS. However, he faced a lot of criticism for his statement and many English cricket experts like Nasser Hussain criticized him. Hussain believed that the referee’s decision in a DRS is necessary because there is always a margin of error in technology. Furthermore, ball tracking assumes that the ball will come out to hit or miss the stumps.

While Ben Stokes has benefited from the referee’s decision, it will be interesting to see if he changes his mind or not.

After India finished their first innings with 307 runs due to the combined efforts of Dhruv Jurel and Kuldeep Yadav, England struggled early with Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. Ashwin removed danger man Ben Duckett by trapping him at front short leg for 15 runs. On the next ball, Ashwin trapped England vice-captain Ollie Pope for a golden duck. Things got worse for England, when Joe Root, the centurion in the first innings fell to Ashwin for 11 runs.

The falling wickets continued when Zak Crawley, who had scored a half-century, was dismissed by a beauty from Kuldeep Yadav. The ball fell outside the line of stump and hit the middle stump. After surviving an LBW against Ravindra Jadeja, Ben Stokes did not stay in the crease for long and was removed by Kuldeep Yadav. Jonny Bairstow fell on the first ball after the tea break and was caught by Rajat Patidar.

England are now in a lot of trouble because they have more than half their team. However, the Indian batsmen will also face a lot of problems when facing the English spinners. The highlight of the series so far has been that the chasing team from day 4 ended up losing the match.