Australia is already paying a price for burning in their assessments, adding to a series of erroneous decisions by local judge Kumar Dharmasena.
The former Sri Lankan opener made four mistakes and Pat Cummins shook his head.
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The first and most expensive 100-year-old maker, Danish Chancellor Mitchell, managed to avoid turning his finger on the 30th, although he showed a very clear clue.
More than eighty years later, Chanel went to lunch on the third day.
But it wasn’t the only mistake. Despite Darmasse and his finger, Srilanka successfully evaluated the decision without any clear evidence. His right hand hit the ball.
The errors continued to come on the fourth day, with pedestrian Michael Swepson hitting Mendes in the front but he denied lbw.
Luckily for Australia, Mitch Starch caught the ball after seven balls and the new ball did the trick. Nathan Lyon banned Angelo Mathews wicket
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In the 165th round, Australia looked to have won their ninth wicket, but Darmassie and Mahish Texhan did not connect with the ball but came out behind. The decision was later overturned.
Although Australia has no real grievances.
The decision-making system was introduced to eliminate and eliminate noise and has since been used by Captains for more than 50-50 decisions.
Like the players, where there are a lot of chances to slip, especially behind Alex Kerry’s stump, referees make mistakes.
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