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    CRICKETApr 2, 2021, 11:12 AM IST

    DRS gets an upgrade; ICC ignores Virat Kohli's concern

    The International Cricket Council concluded its Board and Committee meetings that were held virtually. Critical decisions were taken, including the Decision Review System, where the leg-before call has seen an upgrade. However, the Umpires’ Call stays.

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    CRICKETMar 24, 2021, 2:57 PM IST

    ICC Cricket Committee to endorse 'Umpire's call'

    The 'umpire's call' is a distinct advantage given to the umpires during the Decision Review System, especially for leg-before calls. However, it has all of late. Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council continues to back the call, deeming that technology is not 100% accurate.

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    CRICKETOct 14, 2020, 10:15 PM IST

    IPL 2020: DRS for wide and no-balls? Here's what Virat Kohli has to say

    The umpiring standard in the Indian Premier League has been a matter of concern for the past couple of seasons. As of now, the Decision Review System is only in place for leg-before wicket and caught-behind dismissals. The teams only get a review per innings in T20s.

  • <p>Seen here are Pakistan players celebrating Tendulkar's dismissal (LBW) to Ajmal. Their joy was short-lived.</p>

    CRICKETMay 30, 2020, 6:10 PM IST

    ‘It was dead’: Umpire Ian Gould talks about Sachin Tendulkar’s LBW to Saeed Ajmal in World Cup 2011

    Bengaluru: It has been nine years since that game in Mohali but debates continue over Sachin Tendulkar’s dismissal. The contest we are talking about is the India versus Pakistan semi-final at the ICC World Cup 2011. In that match, Tendulkar was given out LBW to Saeed Ajmal but Tendulkar successfully used DRS (Decision Review System) and continued to bat. Now, the umpire who made that decision in that high-voltage encounter has spoken about that dismissal. Here is what English umpire Ian Gould said about that decision nine years ago (March 30, 2011).