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Comments: 9 
Posted by guru1438 on (February 20, 2013, 14:23 GMT)

the umpires expression is so picture perfect keep up the good work

Posted by ashish514 on (February 20, 2013, 13:32 GMT)

@PAKCOP- DRS is meant to do exactly that. Avoid the umpiring errors, or may I say blunders.But it is giving new ways of making blunders.

Posted by S.Alis on (February 18, 2013, 20:46 GMT)

LOL @ Peoples who think Kallis wicket was DRS error.

Posted by PAKCOP on (February 18, 2013, 13:27 GMT)

Guys ... it was an Umpiring error, not a DRS error. Umpiring errors can never be avoided.

Posted by naansari on (February 18, 2013, 9:24 GMT)

Really there is serious problem with this technology and ICC should do their best to rectify it...otherwise we will see such repeated error from the umpires.

Posted by muxa on (February 18, 2013, 8:39 GMT)

i dont think its a DRS fault kallis out was just an umpiring mistake from Billy or may be by Steve Davies for not telling him why he has given Kallis out.. In 2nd test there was no decision made by Billy Bowden ( 3rd umpire using DRS) was wrong and the only reason why Billy gave him out was probably he wanted to be consistent as he has given younis out caught behind on an LBW appeal

Posted by   on (February 18, 2013, 6:47 GMT)

Some serious issues in the DRS system. This show how inefficient ICC is, they need to solve the problems of it to make it workable.

Posted by AnkTheHunk on (February 18, 2013, 5:56 GMT)

Dhoni finally winning back!!! He's gone make the DRS supporters life hell now!

Posted by Irfanq on (February 18, 2013, 5:40 GMT)

This is one of the reason BCCI against this DRS..etc...

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