David Warner's Late DRS Review Stirs Controversy During 4th Test Day 4 Between IND-AUS at Brisbane, Twitterverse Reacts | POSTS
Warner started walking but had a change of mind as he opted for a DRS - which was probably after the 15-second time period was over.
Australian opener David Warner found himself in the middle of a controversy after he opted for a late DRS challenge on day four during the fourth and final Test in Brisbane on Monday. Warner was trapped in front by debutant Washington Sundar and the umpire raised his finger. Warner started walking but had a change of mind as he opted for a DRS - which was probably after the 15-second time period was over.
While the commentators discussed it on-air, fans also took to social media platforms and reacted to the incident:
Here are some of the comments of fans:
Warner was dismissed two shy of a fifty, which would have been his first in the four-match Test series.
At the time of filing the copy, India had made a comeback after Warner and Harris dominated the early part of the first session on day four. Australia has lost four wickets for 127 runs. They lead by 160 and have Steve Smith and Cameron Green in the middle. Mohammad Siraj has picked two wickets, while Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur have picked one apiece.
Published:Mon, January 18, 2021 6:59am