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A bad mistake from Rohit Sharma at the last moment before the end of the day that could cost the upcoming game dearly.

A bad mistake from Rohit Sharma at the last moment before the end of the day that could cost the upcoming game dearly.

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A bad mistake from Rohit Sharma at the last moment before the end of the day that could cost the upcoming game dearly.

Rohit Sharma DRS in 3rd Test India vs England: The third Test between India and England in Rajkot is currently going to be very exciting. Two days have passed, but it is still unknown which direction the competition will go. Initially, the Indian team tried to put England under pressure with a high score. Afterwards, when it was England’s turn, the team fought again in the same style they had been known for for two years. Before the end of the second day of play, Indian captain Rohit Sharma made a big mistake at the last moment. It is not yet known, but it could prove costly in the coming days.

Rohit took a wrong DRS in the last over of the second day

In fact, as the day came to an end, captain Rohit Sharma handed over the last game to Ravichandran Ashwin. In front of Ashwin stood today’s centurion Ben Duckett. Ashwin’s ball spins and it seems like the ball touches the bat and goes backwards where Rohit Sharma takes a difficult catch. It appeared that Ben Duckett was out. But the referees are not satisfied with that. Rohit fell to the ground while catching and suffered DRS while lying down. As the third umpire watches it in slow motion, it turns out that the ball falls outside the leg stump and there has been no contact with the bat. Now it could be a case of LBW, but the ball fell in the wrong place so it can’t be given out. According to the rules, if the ball lands outside leg stump, there is no need to look forward as the batsman is not out there. This means DRS was wasted.

India only has one review left, 17 out of 24 DRS have failed

Rohit Sharma had taken DRS once before, which proved unsuccessful. Each team gets a total of 3 DRS during an innings, with India’s two scores failing. This means there is now only one DRS left. The problem is that England still have eight more wickets left. If more than one DRS is required, things could get tough for the Indian team. Anyway, DRS didn’t do much for the Indian team in this series. The Indian team has used DRS a total of 24 times in the games in this series so far, out of which 17 times were unsuccessful. When the team is bowling, only the captain can indicate DRS, while when batting, any batsman can request a review from the umpire.

The entire three recensions of England remain

If we talk about England, they have 3 DRS left in this innings. This means they can use it three more times if needed, but the Indian team only has one left. It is not yet known, but if a batsman is out after the end of the DRS on the third day of the match and the on-field umpire declares him not out, the matter may be stuck. This has been seen many times in Test cricket. Now it remains to be seen how captain Rohit Sharma and the Indian team deal with these challenges.

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