The commentator said that when players can stay in the bio bubble, then what is the problem with the umpires. Now the decision of the umpires in this match is going to be discussed more.
- India scored 258 runs on the first day
- Questions raised on poor umpiring
- Neutral umpires demanded
India had scored 258 runs for the loss of four wickets in Kanpur (Kanpur) by the end of the first day’s play of the first Test match against New Zealand. Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja are unbeaten at the crease scoring 75 and 50 runs respectively. Kyle Jamieson is bowling brilliantly for New Zealand. He walked three Indian batsmen on the first day. Poor umpiring was also seen in the match on the first day. If New Zealand had taken a review in the seventh over of the Indian innings, then perhaps the score of the match would have been different. Talking about poor umpiring, Aakash Chopra wrote his Mann Ki Baat on Twitter in which he demanded a neutral umpire.
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In the third over, Shubman Gill saved himself using a DRS properly, after that in the seventh over, a ball from Ajaz Patel hit his tree but the umpire turned down the appeal. The New Zealand captain decided not to take the review but when it was seen in the replay, it was found that the ball was going straight to the stump. The mind of the New Zealand players was that if Shubman Gill went ahead and made this defense, then the ball would probably travel long and miss the stump. Bad umpiring was seen here too.
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At that time Shubman Gill was batting on 6 runs and later he contributed 52 runs for the team. Locker umpires are currently being used in Test matches due to Kovid-19. Talking about poor umpiring, Aakash Chopra wrote his Mann Ki Baat on Twitter in which he demanded a neutral umpire. He said that when players can stay in the bio bubble, then what is the problem with the umpires.
Shubhman was given out when there was a huge inside edge. Gill reviewed and said #ThankYouDRS
And not given when he was out. All that in first 40 mins. If teams can travel…stay in bio-bubbles…why can’t neutral umpires? #IndvNZ
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) November 25, 2021
Now more attention will be given to the decision of the umpires in this match.
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