The Decision review System (DRS) controversy has clouded the india vs. england Test series. The worries have mostly come from england, who believe they have been wrongly called by the umpire several times during the series.

Following an odd-looking dismissal of Zak Crawley in the third Test match in Rajkot, england captain ben stokes had requested for the umpire's ruling to be overturned. Zak Crawley was caught in front of the stumps by an inswinger from jasprit bumrah during the fourth and final innings in Rajkot. The DRS affirmed umpire Kumar Dharmasena's judgement to rule the hitter out after he lifted his finger.

When the visuals revealed that the ball had just missed the top of the leg stump, stokes and the rest of the england squad were perplexed. Match referee Jeff Crowe had informed stokes that there was a discrepancy between the graphics and the numerical evidence, and the england captain had explained the problem to him.

Similar events occurred on Day 3 when Joe Root was declared leg before wicket in a Ravichandran Ashwin delivery. More over half of the ball was outside the line when it pitched, according to the DRS ball-tracking system, and it was going to strike the leg stump. Without raising any objections, Root departed the crease, but he appeared to double-check the dismissal in the england dressing room later.

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