Mumbai – The name Team India on the first day of the Centurion Test does not mean that the feud with Team India should be ignored. Mayank Agarwal’s wicket on the first day of the Centurion Test against South Africa has caused controversy. Fans are raising questions. Fighting over DRS and ball tracking technology continues.
What happened? That’s not an accurate track. What if it’s the ‘umpire’s call’?
– Kashish (@ crickashish217) December 26, 2021
Now former Indian cricketers like Wasim Zafar have become part of this uproar. In fact, the whole thing has to do with the wicket of Indian opener Mayank Agarwal. Mayank fell victim to Lungi Ngidi for 60 runs. However, the statement that he was declared out did not suit him. Mayank himself was surprised to get him out. And later on social media, fans were seen fighting. The field umpire dismissed Mayank on a lbw appeal. But South Africa used DRS, which went against Mayank Agarwal.
– Wasim Zafar (@ WasimJaffer14) December 26, 2021
The question is, was the decision to give Mayank Agarwal lbw right? Shouldn’t it be the umpires’ decision? The ball landed on Agarwal’s pad a little higher. Umpire Erasmus as well as everyone thought the ball would miss the wicket. But ball tracking shows the ball hitting the top of the wicket. But as the ball was touching the top of the wicket, it seemed that the umpire was calling. But it did not happen.
Former India opener Wasim Zafar also agreed that the decision should have been called by the umpires. He called Mayank Agarwal unfortunate for this.