Indian cricket gave birth to another controversy of whether using ball tracking technology in future or not? It is very hard to predict whether it was a technical fault or preplanned mistake.

In the 3rd ODI between India and Australia, the world of cricket has witnessed something suspicious when Aaron Finch the Australian skipper was batting brilliantly on 93 off 99 balls was given lbw on the ball of Kuldeep Yadav by the on-field umpire. Finch and his partner Usman Khawaja were convinced that the ball is going down the leg side and their review will be retained. 

Every cricket fan was shocked when the ball pitched in the middle and off stump line but the trajectory of the ball jumped to leg stump for no reason and logical explanation, thereby changing the angle and line of the ball which forced it to hit the stump. This failure of technology has put so many questions in the cricket viewer’s mind. As Indian team was wearing their army cap to support the martyrs of Pulwama attack but they were off-color and not up to the mark and their bowlers were struggling badly in search of a wicket. Trajectory error in such a scenario has raised many questions that need to be answered.

India has always tried to rule the world of cricket by its foul tricks like writing a letter to ICC to ban Pakistan from the World Cup 2019. Such childish behavior is never acceptable by any other cricket nation. ICC must take action against the involved authorities or individual to make cricket a fair game in the future. 
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  1. They have always been deceptive not just as team but as a whole nation.