An error in ball-tracking projection got here into the highlight as Aaron Finch was given out lbw off Kuldeep Yadav through the third ODI between India and Australia in Ranchi.
When the left-arm wristspinner obtained his inventory ball to straighten and catch Finch on the again foot within the 32nd over, C Shamshuddin, the on-field umpire, dominated the batsman out lbw. Finch referred to as for a overview, which advised that the ball had pitched on leg stump, when it had really bounced on center stump.
What on earth has simply occurred with the Finch LBW? Ball tracker has the ball pitching someplace fully totally different, and that type of impacts the trajectory would not it. Would possibly nonetheless be out, however weird. #INDvAUS #Finch pic.twitter.com/fDyZR1X0p0
— Raunak Kapoor (@RaunakRK) March eight, 2019
Whereas the ball may need nonetheless gone onto hit the stumps even when it had pitched on leg stump, it was a evident error on the a part of the ball-tracking know-how getting used.
Finch LBW. Are we simply gonna ignore the truth that ball monitoring had it pitching in a completely totally different place to actuality?
I noticed it pitching center, perhaps even center and off. Ball monitoring had it pitching on leg.
Nonetheless out however fairly bizarre. #INDvsAUS
— Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) March eight, 2019
Finch struck 93 off 99 balls – his first fifty-plus rating in 22 innings in white-ball cricket since his record-breaking 172 within the Harare T20I – earlier than he was given out lbw to finish a 193-run opening-wicket stand.