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This is the second time DRS is being used in the women's World Cup. The system was used in the 2017 edition in England
India vs South Africa: Reactions like that showed they were frustrated, under pressure, says Lungi Ngidi
There was drama and constant chatter by captain Virat Kohli, his deputy KL Rahul and ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who seemed to suggest that broadcaster Supersport TV rigged DRS on stump mic.
Television viewers heard several players complaining within range of the stump microphone after what seemed a straightforward leg before wicket decision was reversed.
The 50-year-old Kumble, who also served as the head coach of the Indian team, also feels that as we move onto the OTT (over the top) platforms, more technology will come into the sport.
Member Boards can only have DRS technology providers who are approved by the International Cricket Council, one source said.
England vs New Zealand: Stuart Broad calls for 'soft signal' to be abolished after Devon Conway incident in second Test
Broad thought he had Devon Conway caught low in the slips by Zak Crawley for 22 on Friday's second day at Edgbaston.
India vs England: 'If ball is clipping the stumps, that should be out', Virat Kohli confused with umpire's call
Kohli said the things could come to a head in high-stakes tournaments if controversial umpiring calls end up affecting results.
India vs England: Indian umpires Anil Chaudhary, Virender Sharma and Nitin Menon to officiate during Test series
Due to the travel restrictions with regards to COVID-19, the ICC approved home team's match officials for all the World Test Championship matches.
The Umpires' Call has been a subject of widespread debate since a few contentious calls in the recently-concluded Boxing Day Test between India and Australia in Melbourne.
India vs Australia: Unhappy Matthew Wade calls for consistent use of DRS after controversial Tim Paine dismissal
Wade made the statement after Paine was given out, caught behind off Ravindra Jadeja on the third day. The wicketkeeper- batsman was ruled out after the on-field call by Paul Reiffel was overturned by third umpire Paul Wilson.
India vs Australia: 'It can be very costly', says Virat Kohli on showing replay on screen before DRS referral
India lost the third T20 International by 12 runs and one of the reasons could be attributed to the fact that Wade, who could have been adjudged leg before off T Natarajan at a score of 50, got a lucky reprieve and added 30 more runs.
Australia pacer Josh Hazlewood says limiting number of unsuccessful DRS referrals would have ‘better impact on game’
Hazlewood feels one review would mean that teams would use it only when they are absolutely certain that a wrong decision has been made by the umpire.
Ian Chappell calls for DRS overhaul, says 'manipulative' review system encourages dissent from cricketers
Chappell said the system should never have allowed players to be a part of decision-making.
Sachin Tendulkar says ICC should do away with 'umpire's call', batsman should be declared out if ball's hitting stumps
Tendulkar believes the percentage of the ball hitting the stumps doesn't matter, a batsman should simply be declared out lbw if the ball comes in contact with the wicket.
Kohli has been quite active on social media. He recently had a hilarious chat with Yuzvendra Chahal and also engaged in a funny conversation with Australia batsman David Warner over his ‘TikTok’ videos
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Bengal coach Arun Lal, captain Abhimanyu Easwaran praise BCCI's decision to use DRS in semi-finals
The DRS would be in use for the first time in India's domestic circuit in the two Ranji semi-finals beginning Saturday, but only with limited options as there will be no HawkEye, Snickometer or UltraEdge
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: DRS to make maiden appearance in semi-finals; teams to be give four referrals per innings
The decision to introduce limited DRS was taken after the umpires committed a few howlers in some knockout games of the previous season.
Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Limited use of DRS from semi-finals, not quarters, says BCCI's general manager of cricket Saba Karim
The move to introduce limited DRS comes after the umpires committed some howlers in some knockout games of the previous season. However, the quarterfinals starting on Thursday will not see the use of DRS.
Australia vs New Zealand: Tim Paine backs Decision Review System despite contentious DRS calls in Boxing Day Test
Paine said the technology had its good points and he would certainly not like to return to the days of relying solely on the on-field umpires
India vs Bangladesh: Inexperience in field, poor DRS calls hurt team in first T20I, concedes skipper Rohit Sharma
"The first ball he (Mushfiqur) played on the back-foot, we thought it was going down leg, and the next one on the front-foot. But we forgot how short he is," Rohit Sharma said while explaining one of the wrong DRS calls.