Melbourne: In the second round of Boxing Day Test against India, captain Tim Paine is unhappy with Matthew Wade’s sacking. The Australian opener sought consistency in the Decision Review System (DRS).
On the third day of the match, the Indian captain took the DRS against the decision of field referee Paul Reifel after Ravindra Jadeja was caught by goalkeeper Rishabh Pant, after which third referee Paul Wilson called him.
After coming out, Penn (Tim Paine) also looked disappointed with the decision. Wade compared this to the Australian DRS used against Cheteshwar Pujara on Sunday.
He said, “Like what I saw, it’s like the first balloon yesterday. Then we used the DRS, I think it was against Pujara ”.
Wade (Matthew Wade) said in an online press conference after the game: “What I saw in both showed a similar thing at Snico (sound measuring machine) but one didn’t. was not given while the other was given “.
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He said, “I heard the sound of Pujara’s ball hitting the ball. I was late at that time. We and you have also seen what happened on the ground today, in a situation where everyone should be distributed or not, there should be something in common ”.
After taking a 1-0 lead in the series, the Australian team are battling for 133 points for six wickets in the second inning of the second test. The team has a two-point lead and four wickets remaining. The versatile Cameron Green (17 steps outside) and Pat Cummins (15 steps outside) are at the fold.
Wade, who scored 40 of 137 balls in the innings, criticized the team’s beaters, saying: “ We are guilty of this situation ourselves. The Indian team managed to create pressure from the start. He said, “We haven’t done much to tire Indian bowlers”.