New Delhi At the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, India won by 8 runs over England in the fourth match to equal 2–2 in the series. There is a lot of enthusiasm among the Indian players with the win. The final battle between the two teams will be played tomorrow.
Even after the match, Surya Kumar’s wicket remains the center of headlines in the cricket world. In this match, the third umpire gave two disputed decisions, about which Virat Kohli got angry with the umpires and said that this happened with us today, but tomorrow should not be with anyone else.
In fact, due to the soft signal, the third umpire first caught Suryakumar Yadav and then Washington Sundar in the last over. Captain Virat Kohli has expressed his displeasure over these decisions.
On the umpires’ decision after the match, Virat Kohli said, “There was an example during the Test series when I was next to Jinks (Ajinkya Rahane) and he clearly caught the ball, but he was not sure.” In such a situation, we went for the third umpire.
If it is a half-and-half effort and the fielder is in doubt, there is no way for the umpire to see it clearly from square leg. The soft signal becomes important and becomes difficult.
He said, “I don’t know why a ‘I don’t know’ call can’t happen to umpires. It’s similar to an umpires call. These are decisions that can change the course of the game, especially in these big matches. We Today they were on the fringing end and tomorrow it could be with some other team. You want this situation to be clear and the game is really simple and linear.