Why did Saeed Ajmal get involved in South Africa and Kohli dispute? –

Why did Saeed Ajmal get involved in South Africa and Kohli dispute? –

On the third day of the third Test between India and South Africa, Ravi Chandran Eshwan’s ball landed on the pads of Proteas captain Dan Elgar and the umpire dismissed him but he decided to review the decision.

The result of the review was in favor of Dan Elgar, because according to the Digital Review System (DRS), when the ball hit the South African captain’s pads, his height was higher than the wickets.

Almost the entire team, including the Indian captain Virat Kohli, was convinced that Dan Elgar was out, but the fact that he was declared not out by the DRS caused them anxiety.

He slammed South African broadcaster SuperSport for the mistake and went to Stumps’ Mike and asked him to pay attention to his team when they were shining the ball, not just their position. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

India’s vice-captain KL Rahul also said that this is a whole country against 11 people, Ravi Chandran Eshwan told the Super Support team to find a better way to win, Super Support.

After that, Saeed Ajmal’s name started trending on Twitter.

In the semi-final between Pakistan and India in the 2011 World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar was LBWed by former Pakistani bowler Saeed Ajmal, but Tendulkar reviewed the decision of the Constitution Gold on which he was declared not out.

Even then Saeed Ajmal had said that Sachin Tendulkar was out but giving him not out in the review was wrong decision.

In this regard, Saeed Ajmal on Thursday said on a Pakistani TV channel that I have seen Dan Elgar’s review many times today and I have come to the conclusion that the ball was not going above the wickets. The ball landed on his knee and he was out.

Then Saeed Ajmal recalled the incident of 2011 and said that when the decision of Sachin Tendulkar to be out in the 2011 World Cup was changed in the review, I was told that technology should be relied upon. Today the same people are saying that one should not trust technology.

In this regard, former India batsman Wasim Jaffer wrote that you know, he says that this technology is 99% accurate. Today we saw the remaining one percent.

Social media users are also seen making sarcastic remarks on India on this issue.

A user named Shahid Nadeem wrote that finally Virat Kohli proved that the decision of Umpire Constitution Gold against Sachin Tendulkar was 100% correct.

Some users advised Indian consumers to respect their opponents. A user named Daniel Alexander said that Indian players and especially Virat Kohli should learn to respect the opponents, umpires, match referees, spectators and the game.



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