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India vs Sri Lanka: Wasim Jaffer has Hilarious Response to Third Umpire's Blunder

The ball-tracker shows that the ball was pitched outside off.

The ball-tracker shows that the ball was pitched outside off.

During the third ODI between India and Sri Lanka, the third umpire was under scrutiny when he wrongly called Suryakumar Yadav out, during a DRS review for an LBW shout. Even though the amends were made almost instantly, but the umpire was suject to online trolling.

The umpires are always under the scanner, and even one wrong decision can put them in a tight spot. During the third ODI between India and Sri Lanka, the third umpire was under scrutiny when he wrongly called Suryakumar Yadav out, during a DRS review for an LBW shout. Even though the amends were made almost instantly, but the umpire was subject to online trolling.

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The incident happened during the first ball of the 23rd over by Jayawickrama. The bowler bowled it outside the off stump, as Suryakumar tried to sweep, but completely missed it. Initially after being adjudged out by Kumar Dharamsena, the batsman went for the review. But the DRS showed that the ball pitched way outside off, and the decision had to be eventually reversed.

Meanwhile, Wasim Jaffer, former India opener poked fun at the third umpire with a hilarious meme.

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first published:July 23, 2021, 17:33 IST